Huawei MatePad 11 Review
Huawei MatePad 11 is a highly capable mid-range tablet which supports pen input. In addition, the slate can be used in conjunction with the keyboard. It is also possible to pair it with a keyboard. MatePad 11 comes with Harmony OS as well as without Google Services. For everyday use, this proved less restrictive than we had hoped for.
The MatePad 11 is a multi-functional tablet from Huawei that has a great level of performance as well as pen input. Additionally it is possible to use the Huawei slate to be connected with a keyboard to facilitate office work.
It is also a great device to stream media since it is able to play back content that is DRM protected. The quad-microphone array is designed to allow crystal clear communication”.
The MatePad 11 is powered by the previous year’s top-of-the-line SoC by Qualcomm. The 10.95-inch display is able to support the 120-Hz frame rate. The 64GB model is priced by using huawei tablets deals is 399 euros (~$470) and the 128GB model retails at 499 euros (~$590). Furthermore the Huawei slate is compatible with microSD and Wi-Fi 6 cards.
The back and midframe and the back of Huawei MatePad 11 are made of plastic. It is extremely prone to fingerprints. The plastic is designed so that it looks like metal, however. Its screen has a kind of glass. Although the rear camera is 1.8 millimeters away from the device The MatePad 11 does not wobble when it is placed on a flat surface.
The slate is solidly constructed. There aren’t any chinks, or sharp edges. The pressure applied to the screen doesn’t create a ripple effect. The Huawei tablet isn’t dust- or water-proof.
MatePad 11 comes in three color schemes: Matte Grey (the only color scheme that is available to customers in Germany), Isle Blue and Olive Green.
The Huawei MatePad 11 comes with an extremely fast USB 3.2 port that allows for transfer speeds 5 Gbps or more. OTG is supported. This means that all kinds of peripheral devices are able to connect via the tablet.
The display is operated by using the Huawei M-Pencil 2, which is available in Germany. There is currently no LTE version.
The Huawei MatePad 11 features a front-facing camera with 8 megapixels that can capture 1080p videos at 30 frames per second. The quality of the image and color reproduction are at the right level. In certain situations the highlights may get overblown. It is true that the Huawei tablet is ideal for teleconferencing. The microphones don’t always detect voices very well , however.
The camera on the rear has a 13-megapixel sensor. The images taken using the main camera are somewhat dark. Overall the camera’s main function is adequate to scan documents. Additionally is that it has an LED flash that could be utilized to illuminate up the scene. The camera’s rear camera can also record UHD videos at 30 frames per second. However, 720p videos are only able to record 30 frames per second.
Huawei MatePad 11 comes with an adapter for power that can be used in modular fashion (22.5 W) as well as an USB cable (Type-A to Type-C) and a card removal tool, and the Huawei M-Pencil 2 with replacement tips.
Its Smart Magnetic Keyboard can be purchased from Huawei’s site for 99 euros (~$116). Huawei also offers the Bluetooth mouse (EUR39/~$45) for MatePad 11. MatePad 11. Huawei doesn’t offer protection on MatePad 11. MatePad 11. However, other brands offer protective cases.
Input Devices and Handling
The Huawei MatePad 11 has a capacitive touchscreen that can recognize as many as 10 different inputs at the same time. The screen’s surface is smooth. We didn’t encounter any problems with the touchscreen during our test.
Its MatePad 11 comes with the second-generation M-Pencil. It can differentiate 4096 levels of pressure. The stylus is attached magnetically to the tablet. We haven’t encountered any issues while making use of the stylus. Like the iPad and the iPad, the MatePad 11 supports handwriting recognition. For example, users can enter words into search boxes using writing using the M-Pencil.
Additionally, there is an additional keyboard, referred to in the name of the Smart Magnetic Keyboard. It is attached on the rear of the MatePad 11 and has no problem keeping the tablet stable at two angles. Its QWERTY keys have a dimension of 13.9 x 13.9 millimeters, provide shorter travel distances, and feature an easy-to-actuate point.
The slate is compatible with 2D facial recognition. Face Unlock works well and can be set to take users directly into the main screen. Tablets allow users to create up to five profiles. There isn’t a fingerprint sensor.
The tablet is covered by a 24-month warranty. The tablet’s owners can view the warranty details in the Service app.