Honor Tablet V6 with Kirin 985 Processor and 5G support
Huawei sub-brand Honor unveiled the Honor Tablet V6 today, after some teasers that indicated a pretty good high midrange tablet. It packs a Kirin 985 processor and provides 5 G connectivity as well as playing with a keyboard and stylus nicely.
The biggest point that Honor makes for this Honor Tablet V6 is that it is the first slate to come with 5 G and Wi-Fi 6 support from around the world. The design is inspired by Huawei ‘s smartphone lineup and comes to mind the P40 and Honor 30. There is a glass panel with a gradient finish at the back and the device comes in green, grey and black. On board we find an AMOLED 10.4 inch screen with 2K resolution plus 100 percent sRGB color gamut and 84 percent body screen ratio.
The Magic Pencil stylus is also bundled with this tool by Gratitude, offering 4096 pressure rates. Apart from the Kirin 985 CPU we also find 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage inside.
There’s a 13 megapixel main camera at the back, and an 8 MP shooter at the front. But without Google Play Store and Google Services, Android 10 is the OS here. Your app needs still have AppGallery. This product is finally powered by a 7250 mAh battery, with 22.5W fast charging.
What we also know is that the Honor Tablet V6 has Magic UI 3.1 on top of Android 10 and also features a microSD card slot, USB-C port, audio jack and stereo speaker. Expect a June 13th online store debut, which is when we’ll learn the price of it too.