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Huawei MediaPad C5 could be on its way with 8-inch display, Snapdragon 435

9 days ago   |   By Phone Arena

The Huawei MediaPad M5 line has only just been released in the US, but according to Dutch website MobielKopen, it appears Huawei is already preparing a new budget alternative that will be sold alongside its other tablets.
The device in question, dubbed the MediaPad C5, currently goes by the codename Monet, and it appears there are two variants in the works, one of which will be a Wi-Fi-only model, while the other will offer LTE support. Regardless of which model is purchased, though, both look set to sport an 8-inch display complete with a 1200 x 1920p resolution that will be coupled with ...
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