The Huawei Matepad SE has been in the works for the past few months, and today the tablet has been relaunched with a new name – the Huawei Matepad C5e. Japan will be the first market to find it, but it is also on the international website, so more will follow.
The Matepad C5e is a pretty basic tablet with a Kirin 710A chipset paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It has a 10.1-inch LCD with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and thick bezels, but nothing extraordinary – enough space to hold it easily, and also a 2 MP front camera. There’s also a 5MP shooter on the back.
The Matepad C5e also has an LTE version for data connectivity on the go. It also supports Huawei Share, an easy way to connect the tablet to other Huawei devices.
The 5,100 mAh battery is charged via the USB-C port at a rate of up to 10W. The Matepad C5e EMUI 10.1 is based on Android 10 and has only one color option – Deep Sea Blue.
Huawei has yet to list the device on its online store in Japan, but we expect it to be around JPY30,000, which is around $200 – the same price as the Matepad SE in China.