Honor Tab X7 launched in China for 899 Yuan ($140), with a 5,100mAh battery
Honor held a new product launch conference earlier today (7th May 2021), officially launching a new tablet. This is the new Tab X7, which starts from 899 Yuan (roughly 140 US Dollars) and is powered by a large 5,100mAh battery pack.
The Honor Tab X7 from the Chinese tech giant arrives in three different configurations. The lower end variant is the WiFi only model that features 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage that is priced at 899 Yuan (roughly 140 US Dollars), while the higher end model also offers the same memory and storage size for a price of 1,199 Yuan (roughly 185 US Dollars) but with supports for 4G LTE as well. The last model is a children’s version that is priced at 999 Yuan (roughly 155 US Dollars).
Talking about the device itself, the Honor Tab X7 arrives with an 8 inch IPS display panel that has a resolution of 1280x800px resolution. This offers a screen to body ratio of up to 80 percent. The bezel measures in at just 4.9mm at the narrowest to offer users a more immersive visual experience while the device itself weighs about 325 grams. Notably, the kids’ version of the tablet arrives with in built education based softwares and features to help in the academic growth of children. This is further supplemented by the various multi tasking and integrated multi window functionality offered by the company.
Its display also arrives with a certification from the Chinese National Eye Engineering Center for Eye Care along with Rheinland Low Blue Light Certification. Under the hood, the tablet is equipped with MediaTek MT8768T processor that runs Magic UI 4.0 custom skin. On the front, it sports a 2 megapixel selfie camera, while the rear houses a 5 megapixel camera sensors. Through its large 5,100mAh battery, one can expect a HD video playback of up to 10 hours or 88 hours of non stop audio playback as well.