Huawei's been delivering tablets for a couple of years at this point, yet the Chinese tech monster's 2021 update to the line is especially eminent in light of the fact that they are the organization's most memorable versatile registering gadgets to run HarmonyOS — the product self-created by Huawei because of the Google boycott set up by the U.S. government. I'm about to move it here: HarmonyOS functions admirably and carries an invited collaboration to Huawei's whole biological system, yet it's not profoundly not the same as the EMUI (a Huawei-cleaned variant of Android) that ran on Huawei cell phones over the course of the last ten years. All in all, assuming that you're thinking huawei tablet brings a totally new programming experience, you'd be disheartened. Move past that — and you're treated with great equipment and a decent cost. The 2021 MatePad series contains two models, a bigger Pro model with a 12.6-inch screen and more modest model with a 11-inch screen. I have tried both, and keeping in mind that the Pro model has an all the more remarkable processor, better speakers, and has a screen that siphons out additional distinctive tones (OLED innovation), I lean toward the more modest model and believe it's a superior worth and better choice for a great many people. This survey will zero in on the more modest model, named the MatePad 11. To hear my considerations on the bigger model, I surveyed it in video design on YouTube. The main explanation I favor the MatePad 11 over the bigger model is on the grounds that it has a screen size and perspective proportion that sounds good to me. Both tablet's screens utilize a wide 16:10 perspective proportion, which is reasonable for consuming recordings and gaming, however not as great for word handling undertakings or perusing enormous lumps of message like an all the more square, 3:2 viewpoint proportion utilized in iPads and Huawei's own superb screen the MateView. The MatePad 11's screen has a superior equilibrium as I would see it. And keeping in mind that it's a LCD board rather than the predominant OLED utilized in the Pro model, it upholds 120Hz high revive rate (the Pro model doesn't). Additionally the more modest size makes the MatePad 11 lighter to convey. The screen has exact varieties, amazing review points and is affirmed alright for eyes by Rheinland, meaning the screen has low blue light result which can be destructive to eyes after delayed use. Bezels around the screen are slim and Huawei had sufficient sense to put the 8-megapixel selfie camera/webcam in the top bezel, so the client shows up more normal in video calls as they're gazing directly ahead. (iPad's selfie camera/webcam is put on the left bezel when utilized in scene view, and that implies in video calls the client appears to others like they're turning away from the screen). Flip the tablet around and it's a fairly dull plan, with a pill-formed module lodging a solitary 13-megapixel camera. Both the webcam and fundamental camera are strong, yet entirely nothing fabulous. They're more than fine for fundamental depictions or recordings. As an afterthought are four speakers that siphon out great sound system sound (the Pro model has eight speakers for remarkable sound for those pondering). In the engine, the MatePad 11 sudden spikes in demand for a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, which was Qualcomm's mid 2020 leader processor, and has since been outperformed by the Snapdragon 865+, Snapdragon 870, Snapdragon 888 and Snapdragon 888+. While the chip is even more than able today, it is in fact not a top-end lead processor by summer 2021 guidelines if you somehow managed to criticize. It's fifth in Qualcomm's own food chain. There's 6GB of RAM with either 64GB or 128GB of stockpiling, however the last option can be extended through MicroSD card. A 7,250 mAh battery with quick charging support sits inside, and keeping in mind that this battery size isn't that enormous, the tablet's battery duration is magnificent thanks to Huawei's top tier battery streamlining.