The Honor MagicPad 13 is the first tablet to include an IMAX-enhanced display, and it also comes equipped with a Snapdragon 888 CPU. That is so great, right? It’ll definitely handle the competition quite fiercely, and we have the spec sheet to prove that.
We have compiled a brief mini-guide on the Honor MagicPad 13, which covers its features as well as its major specifications. Continue reading down below!
The Honor MagicPad 13: Hit or Miss?
Honor has recently unveiled a number of new products in its native market, including the MagicPad 13, which has been shown off by the business. While the Magic v2 is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, the MagicPad 13 draws its power from an earlier version of the processor, the Snapdragon 888, which it combines with 8 GB, 12 GB/ 16 GB of RAM, and 256 GB/ 512 GB of storage space. As a point of comparison, Honor will initially offer three different memory options, beginning with a decent 8 GB of RAM + 256 GB of storage space.
What exactly is meant by “IMAX Enhanced”?
According to Honor, the big TFT display has been certified as IMAX Enhanced. This would make the Honor View 10 the first tablet to gain such a certification. The display has a native resolution of 2,880 by 1,840 pixels, in addition to a refresh rate of 144 hertz, Delta E 1 color variations, support for HDR10, and a peak brightness of 700 nits. Other features include these as well. That’s very remarkable, don’t you think?
In addition, the chassis of the MagicPad 13 is just 7 millimeters thick and has eight speakers. It also includes a 10,050 milliampere-hour battery and a USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C connector, both of which allow wired charging of 66 watts. Despite the presence of two enormous circular enclosures on its back panel, the tablet sports a rear-facing camera module with a sleek resolution of 13 megapixels and a front-facing camera with a resolution of 9 megapixels.
Sky Blue, Moonlight, and Starry Gray are the three color options that will be offered for the MagicPad 13 when it goes on sale on July 20 in China. Regrettably, there is no information on a worldwide rollout at this time. The following is how much Honor is charging for the MagicPad 13:
- 8 GB RAM/256 GB storage ~US$416
- 12 GB RAM/256 GB storage ~US$458
- 16 GB RAM/512 GB storage ~US$513
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