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.
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.
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
Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite: Android low-cost chega a impressionar?
10 June 2013
Conclusion: Veredicto iTech Com um design monótono e pouco Lite, o Huawei Media Pad 7 está feito apenas para quem não quer comprar um tablet da moda como o Google Nexus 7, o iPad Mini ou um Galaxy Tab da Samsung.