Huawei just received a certificate from TENAA for a Honor-branded tablet, MediaPad T3, a rather modest device that might never get out of China.
The Honor MediaPad T3 (KOB-L09) has been certified by the Chinese regulator so it can hit the shelves. The listing reveals this Honor tablet will be powered by a quad-core 1.4GHz processor and sports an 8-inch display of 1280×800 pixel resolution.
It also features 3GB RAM and 32GB internal memory, iar the camera set is pretty disappointing, even for an entry-level tablet. The main camera has a 5MP and the front one has just a 2MP sensor. MediaPad T3 runs Android 7.0 Nougat and packs in a 4,650mAh battery.
Color options include gold and gray. The pricing and availability are still to be revealed by Huawei but, since it got TENAA approval we shouldn’t have to wait to much for the actual release.