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Unboxing & First Impression: The HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11

A little while ago (more like last week), you guys got to see me share some insights on the HUAWEI Matebook D16, today, I have the HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11 with me and it’s time to see what’s in it for us students and working adults!

Starting with the box, the HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11 comes in a sleek white box making it really look like a tablet box compared to the eco-friendlier box that the Matebook D16 had.

Inside the box, there are the following items:


  • HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11

  • 2-pin adapter

  • Documentation

  • Sim-Card Ejector

  • Type-A to Type-C cable

The HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11 comes in one color: Golden Black. It has a matte black finish and is somewhat coarse to the touch. Personally, I am somewhat disappointed that it is only offered in one color as some people like to branch out in colors.

As it weighs 449 grams, it was super easy to slip into bags and carry to and fro meetings or even school. I love how light and slim it is, allowing me to wear whatever bag I want without worrying whether the tablet can fit or not.

Relating to its name, the HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11 comes with an 11” OLED display and a 92% screen-to-body ratio, honestly, the bezels are slim enough for my liking as tablets have thicker bezels nowadays. Aside from that, it also comes with a P3 wide color gamut for color accuracy as well as a refresh rate of up to 120Hz unlocking the potential to game on a wider screen.

A pair of air grilles can be located on both the top and bottom of the tablet whilst the volume rocker is located on the right.

In terms of specs, my review unit comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Mobile Platform processor and Adreno 660 Graphics it also comes on board with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage.


There is also another version that uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 Mobile Platform processor and Adreno 650 graphics and an option for 128GB of storage.


For battery, it comes packed with an 8300mAh battery and a 66W Super Charge charger included in the bundle.

Additionally, I also managed to get ahold of the HUAWEI Smart Magnetic Keyboard and the HUAWEI M Pencil (2nd Gen) that will ease all of our workloads, it is however sold separately.

As this tablet is yet to be released in Malaysia, the price is still unknown as of now. Stay tuned for my full review on the HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11 that is coming your way very soon!


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