Introducing to the Sri Lankan smartphone market is Huawei’s series of MediaPads. With this product, Huawei is aggressively expanding its portable computer tablets product portfolio in Sri Lanka with a product range including MediaPad T1-7”, MediaPad T1-10” and the MediaPad M2 8.0. Prices range from LKR 16,999, 33,499 and 49,999.
The Huawei MediaPad T1-7”, is one of the most affordable yet high performing devices in the market. The device easily helps the on-the go consumers especially for the busy executives, sales personnel on the field and the consumer who would want to experience a perfect tab in their hands.
The Huawei Media Pad T1 – 7 features a fine designed light metal unibody sits at an incredibly thin 8.5 mm and weighs just 278 grams, making it ultra-portable and ultra-easy to carry in your bag or pocket. It also provides an oncell IPS display reproduces over 90% of Adobe RGB colour space to deliver brighter colours and contrasts. With a 16M true colour WSVGA screen, you can also get a clearer image display while a 178° wide-view angle makes for a naturally rotating screen.
Henry Liu, head of Device Huawei Sri Lanka said, “In Sri Lanka we are focused to offer the best technology backed with superior quality with a whole new experience, breaking the traditions in smart mobile technology. The Huawei MediaPad is another feather in our cap, which will enrich the lifestyles of all Sri Lankans who are discerning.
MediaPad T1 7.0 can work as your mobile phone and tablet. Enjoy endless online possibilities that’s faster with 3G and Wi-Fi connections and support for high-speed network connections and high quality voice calls. The 4100 mAh battery is built to last a long time, giving you over 300 hours of standby time so your tablet is always ready for you when you need it. Browse the web for up to 8 hours, or watch a few movies (up to 12 hours) without worrying about the recharge.
Huawei is expecting considerable growth in 2016 as it has achieved outmatched milestones in the previous year as well. Huawei has gained a market share of 24.4% according to GFK Q3 2016 in Sri Lanka further accelerating its market as the number two smartphone brand in the country. Huawei is ranked 47th among the World’s Top 100 Most Valuable Brands in 2016 According to Brand Finance.
Sri Lanka’s leading smartphone marketer Singer Sri Lanka will ensure the availability of these products through the country’s largest retail network Singer, including Singer Mega, Singer Plus and SISIL World stores, comprising of over 400 retail outlets and Singer’s digital media channel that serves 1500 dealer outlets across the country.