Huawei MatePad 11 review – premium tablet

Huawei MatePad 11 Review - Premium Tablet

The Huawei MatePad 11 is a 'premium' tablet mid-level, designed especially for young professionals.

The MatePad 11 has powerful productivity features, is portable and can be used like a regular tablet for watching social media feeds, playing games or streaming your favorite shows. But it can also be used as a portable mini laptop using a smart magnetic keyboard case.

Performance and gaming

The MatePad 11 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset with 6GB of RAM. This combination of hardware is more than enough for smooth gaming, multitasking, and other demanding applications. Finding apps on your device is made easy with Huawei AppGallery and Petal Search. However, there is a real issue of incompatibility with Google apps.

It handles the RealPi Benchmark test easily, calculating 1 million digits? in just 1.69 seconds, also easily launches the popular game Mobile Legends: Bang Bang at an ideal frame rate of 60 frames per second with Ultra graphics quality.

Apps on the tablet open quickly, and the process of switching between different apps or games is easy and fluid. It has no performance issues, even with its split-screen and floating window features.

Camera quality

The Huawei MatePad 11's 13MP rear camera delivers high-quality images in well-lit places & ndash; these are clear details,
natural colors and balanced brightness. The MatePad 11 can also shoot videos up to 4K with decent quality. However, it tends to overexpose highlights and underexpose shadows, which means its dynamic range is limited. The problem is grainy images at night without a dedicated night mode.

Meanwhile, the 8MP front camera takes good quality selfies during the day and remains decent at night or in poorly lit rooms. This is especially useful for video calls and large meetings.

Display and sound

The nearly 11-inch display of the Huawei MatePad 11 provides ample screen for typing documents, browsing social media or watching videos. It has vibrant colors, a screen resolution of 1600 x 2560 pixels and a 120Hz refresh rate for crisp graphics and super smooth animations.

It is also certified by T & Uuml; V Rheinland for flicker-free and low radiation blue light to reduce eye strain.

Complementing the high-quality display is the tablet's audio system with four speakers. It will surprise you with its bass and realistic surround sound.

Accessories

It is best to use the Huawei MatePad 11 in conjunction with accessories.

This includes a smart magnetic keyboard that turns it into a mini laptop with decent typing, save for a small mistake where words are automatically repeated in some applications.

If the keyboard is not available, there is a Folio case that can protect your tablet and act as a stand. Meanwhile, M-Pencil Gen.2 provides
powerful drawing capabilities and other stylus features. It also supports other accessories such as a wired or wireless mouse for the full laptop form factor.

Design

The Huawei MatePad 11 has an elegant and practical design. It has a simple matte back, highlighted by a camera module and the Harman/Kardon logo.

When the tablet is in landscape mode, its power and volume buttons are located in the upper left corner, and the USB Type-C port is on the right side. There are two speakers on either side, making up its impressive four-speaker four-speaker audio system.

The front of the device is almost entirely occupied by a 10.95-inch display. It is surrounded by a uniform, narrow bezel about a quarter of an inch in size. That's enough for a thumbs-up, and the center of the top bezel houses a single selfie camera.

Conclusion

The Huawei MatePad 11 is a great choice if you're looking for a tablet. doubles as a mini-laptop for productivity on the go.

This powerful device with a high-quality large display and a large battery in a convenient portable case. The cameras are decent enough for virtual meetings, while the apps are easily accessible via Huawei AppGallery or a browser.

It should be purchased with a smart magnetic keyboard, however. M-Pencil is optional for creativity, but a tablet works best with a keyboard attached.

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