While Huawei is bringing out the big guns for marketing the 10″ Mediapad 10 FHD (more on that in the near future), the Mediapad 7 Lite was announced with barely a whisper. In fact, it just popped up all of a sudden on their official website. There has been nothing from Huawei yet regarding when or where this little bugger of a tablet will launch or for how much, but the specs do look promising: 7″ 1280 x 800 capacitive screen, ICS out of the box, front and rear cameras, WiFi connectivity and 3G cellular voice with SMS and MMS. It’s no Nexus 7, but then at least it has 3G connectivity and a rear camera.

The Mediapad 7 Lite really looks like a well-designed device. Huawei is promising higher signal detection on it for better connectivity, especially during voice calls or browsing the internet. It is capable of playing up to 1080p FullHD format movies, something netbooks could never seem to do. And everything is beautifully wrapped in a silvery aluminum alloy unibody, which not only gives it a premium appearance, but also makes it very light to carry on the go. Try that on your iPad.

For more photos and info on the Mediapad 7 Lite and their other offerings, visit Huawei’s official website.

Source: Engadget, Talk Android and Huawei

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