Huawei S7 Slim Tablet Promised to Show Up at Mobile World Congress


Huawei’s been making a strong push to be a provider of high-quality devices as of late, starting with a pair of impressive offerings at CES 2011 – those phones surprised the hair off of me. (No, really, I’m losing hair. This is bad.)

They’re looking to keep that steam going as they’ve just unveiled their new Android tablet on Twitter, the Huawei Ideos S7 Slim. They teased us with a few promotional shots, but the full helping won’t be afforded to us until we trek to Mobile World Congress.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. capacitive buttons = no honeycomb?

  2. I may take a high end 2.2-4 tablet from a low end manufacturer over an $800 Honeycomb one.

  3. $820*

  4. This might be promising if it has a Tegra 2 chip (likely) and a quality display. But they also need to promise update to Honeycomb.

  5. Probably no honeycomb.

  6. @wodin Thanks for pointing that out, now I know not to care about this thing. :)

  7. @ wodin & jdog: I was under the impression that Honeycomb allows for the option of not using hardware buttons, but doesn’t dictate that manufacturers must do that.

  8. @Gunner I know but Huawei + hareware buttons most likely means no Honeycomb for a while.

  9. Can I play Facebook games

  10. @moosc yes, and you don’t have to eat your broccoli if you don’t want to.

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