Alongside the announcement that the Mate 8 would be making its way to global markets, Huawei announced a brand new tablet called the MediaPad M2, which is an Android tablet that focuses on design.
Not only does it have a good looking design, but it also has a stylus called the M-Pen, which allows for precision drawing with 2048-level pressure sensitivity in the premium edition.
Alongside all of this, the Huawei MediaPad M2 will have a 10.1 inch FHD screen, with a 1,900 x 1,200 resolution display, alongside a 5 megapixel front-facing camera, 13Mp rear-facing camera and a 6,600mAh battery.
The tablet also runs on Android 5, and it features a set of Harman/ Kardon speakers built into the tablet, for a lossless listening experience.
The MediaPad M2 will be available in four different models, with a 16GB storage and 2GB RAM Wi-Fi model for $249, a 16GB storage with 2GB RAM LTE model for $399, a 64GB storage and 3GB RAM Wi-Fi model with the M-Pen for $419 and a 64GB storage with 3GB of RAM LTE model with an M-Pen for $469.
All of these will come in two colours, Luxurious Gold and Moonlight Silver.