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. The downside of the device is that it is very laggyand you will be in for a frustrating experience if you use some of the heavy apps and game and multitask on the device.
Pros: Good display, Good audio, Good build
Cons: Underwhelming power under the hood, Laggy performance, Battery Life could have been better, Underwhelming camera
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. The good about the MediaPad is the fact that it delivers 3G and phone functionality at a relatively affordable price.
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. This is essentially what it’s trying to do with the Huawei MediaPad 7 Lite . How does it compare with the competition? Currently, there are close to a dozen different mainstream models available in the 7-inch tablet category.
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. But with Google's tablet available for considerably less, with a better screen and camera, plus a much faster processor and bang-up-to-date operating system, there's really no contest.
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. A Huawei já mostrou que tem tecnologia suficiente para fazer bons equipamentos, mas este tablet perde a oportunidade de ser um bom exemplo do que melhor se faz na casa chinesa.