Honor Pad 8 was launched on Friday by the company in Malaysia. The company’s latest tablet features a 12-inch 2K display with TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker Free certifications. The tablet also comes with an eBook mode and a dark mode for less eye fatigue. It includes eight speakers enhanced with DTS:X Ultra and Honor Histen technologies. Under the hood, the Honor Pad 8 packs an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC. The company claims that its 7,250mAh can provide up to 14 hours of listening time.
Honor Pad 8 price, availability
The Honor Pad 8 costs MYR 1,399 (about Rs. 25,000) for the single variant with 128 GB of built-in storage. This Honor tablet will go on sale in Malaysia from August 26.
Honor Pad 8 specifications, features
This tablet has a 12-inch LCD display with a resolution of 2K (1,200×2,000 pixels) and an 87 percent screen-to-body ratio. It is TÜV Rheinland certified for low blue light emissions and a flicker-free screen. The Honor Pad 8 is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 SoC.
The Honor Pad 8 has a 7,250 mAh battery with support for 22.5 W fast charging. It is equipped with eight speakers, including four treble and four bass. The stereo speaker setup is powered by Honor Histen and DTS:X Ultra technologies. There is also a built-in microphone. The tablet is equipped with several 5 megapixel cameras on the front and back.
The tablet runs on Android-based Magic UI 6.1. It comes with a Smart Multi-Window feature that allows users to display four windows on one screen. There is also a Multi-Screen Collaboration feature that allows users to seamlessly interact with their smartphones through the tablet screen.
In terms of connectivity, the Honor Pad 8 offers support for 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth v5.1. The Honor Pad 8 has a unibody design that according to the company measures 278.54×174.06×6.9mm and weighs about 520g.
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