0 comments / Posted by Carlos Castaneda
|Operating System||Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)|
|Dimension (in)||6.9 x .39 x 10.1|
|Resolution (px)||1280 x 800|
|Touchscreen||IPS LCD Capacitive|
Bluetooth v3.0, Wi-Fi connectivity; Front- and rear-camera; MicroUSB; MicroSD; Accelerometer
|Battery Life||10 hrs|
The MediaPad 10 Link's name already reveals a lot about its most important feature, which is the possibility of accessing the internet via a mobile network. The MediaPad 10 also features a resolution of 1280x800 pixels, 8 GB of internal storage and the same SoC found in the MediaPad 10 FHD.
The resolution of the device is 1280 × 800 pixels stretched to fit a 10.1-inch IPS LCD panel. It’s already 2013 and displays like these are disappointing in terms of sharpness. Fine text are relatively a pain to read but most webpages are readable.
From a hardware perspective, the MediaPad certainly feels robust enough, and flicking through menus is fast and speedy.We've only just begun scratching the surface of the Cat 4 nature of the tablet, but the download speeds are consistently pretty high. Not crazy high, but high, which is pretty enticing.
The MediaPad 10 Link runs on Android 4.1 Jellybean, overlaid with the brand's custom Emotion UI. While the interface is familiar and easy to navigate, and Jellybean is the most popular version of the Android platform, I can't understand why Huawei did not kit the device out with the latest version of the Android operating system.