Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite Review: You Can Use It As A Hammer, Because It Isn't Good For Much Else
12 November 2013
Summary: It's painfully obvious that the MediaPad 7 Lite isn't a good tablet. The experience is beyond lackluster, the display is dated, and performance is just all around bad. The only redeeming quality the MP7L has is its build quality, which I commend.
Summary: The Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite is quite hard to consider for us, especially at a price tag of around Php10,700 . It packs decent hardware and software for the most part, except for one major flaw – the CPU. It’s not enough to push everything to its full potential with hiccups here and there.
Summary: The Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite is a disappointing tablet. The good thing about the tablet is that it is extremely well built; the display is good for watching videos and the audio output from the speaker is loud nice.
Conclusion: Let’s be honest, the Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite is one of a few tablets that lost much of its appeal after Google launched the Nexus 7 . This is a review, not a comparison, but in this case the difference is so obvious, we can’t simply turn a blind eye to the 7-inch Nexus as the most obvious competitor.
Conclusion: The MediaPad 7 Lite comes with premium build but its underpowered processor really lets it down in the performance stakes, making it more of a hindrance than a help. Yes, you can insert a SIM to get a 3G connection -- something you can't do with a Nexus 7.
Pros: Excellent build quality, 3G internet connection
Cons: Very slow processor, irritating sync software, underspecced for the price
Summary: Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite is an 7.0 inch 3G calling tablet runs on Android 4.0 (Ice cream Sandwitch) OS. It is powered by ARM Cortex A8, Single Core 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB RAM. It is available for Rs.13700.
Pros: Good display resolution, Good camera configuration, 3G coonectivity, Calling facility, Good battery capacity
Excerpt: Here’s a name you probably never thought you’d come across in the 7-inch tablet market: Huawei. As it continues its uphill battle in the world of smartphones, the Chinese company is also trying to get a piece of the low-cost tablet pie.
Summary: These days market is booming with 7 inch tablets and one of them is Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite. The tablet is available in India at a best buy price of Rs 13,000. One of the major advantage of using a 7 inch tablet is that it can easily fit in one hand.
Pros: Good build quality, Decent display
Cons: Low Performance, Average Camera, Poor Battery life