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Premium Tablet at a Budget Price? - Huawei MediaPad Lite

what's up guys is that from tech source and in this video we're gonna be taking a look at a budget Android tablet from Huawei this is the media pad m3 light and after using this device for about two weeks I wanted to give you guys my full review and let you know if it's worth picking up the version of the media pad I have here in this video is packing three gigs of RAM 16 gigs of internal storage and a 10.1 inch 1080p display the screen is actually very impressive considering its budget price tag and the bezels make the tablet very easy to hold on the front we find the selfie camera and a fingerprint scanner which is really accurate in my testing and on the other sides of a device we find the usual volume rockers the power button and the headphone jack a really cool addition is the micro SD card and the SIM slot which we don't always find on tablets the mini pad also has a Harman Kardon audio system with both bottom and top firing speakers which not only have good audio quality but get pretty loud as well and on the back we only find the rear facing camera which is an 8 megapixel shooter and also the metallic Huawei logo overall the design is very clean in my opinion and the metal frame paired with the plastic back make the tablet feel light but still look premium in the box you will find a 2 amp charging brick mark a USB cable and a tool to open up the micro SD card slot and optional SIM card slot for the LTE version of the tablet getting back to the device I have to say I'm really impressed with how fluid the user interface is navigating around the home screens and the app menu is very snappy while I'm not a fan of the manufacturer of bloatware Huawei actually included some really useful apps like the notepad which is a lot more organized from Google keep Huawei skin is also fairly light especially compared to most popular Android OMS and this skin actually does a good job with optimizing performance and battery life UI aside the tablet also performed well in most games I threw at it like Mario run asphalt 8 and my overall experience was very pleasant with web browsing and even running social media apps multitasking on the tablet is also snappy thanks to his three gigs of ram and Huawei's user interface which makes split-screen view very easier to access and navigate moving on to the display Huawei has gone with a 1080p panel which does a great job at conserving battery life and it still looks sharp saturation is on point and even viewing angles are pleasant but the only drawback I found is that the display doesn't get too bright the front and rear cameras are nothing special but they will definitely get you by for the occasional video call or pictures and document scanning phone call and text capability is also present on LTE version of the media pad and lastly we're going to talk about the battery life which is a make-or-break aspect for tablets in my opinion the immediate pad is rocking a six thousand six hundred million of our battery which got me around seven and a half hours of on-screen time with moderate to heavy use a quick note about the charging brick it's actually not quick charge labeled but in my testing the device actually charged up relatively quickly compared to the larger iPads overall I think that Huawei has delivered on what they promised the m3 light is a fantastic budget tablet for the price tag and it even packs some features that aren't even found on some high-end devices now pretty much wraps up this video if you guys enjoyed it tossing a like would be awesome and if you guys didn't like it feel free to dislike as well that is cool too if you guys want interested in checking out the media pad I'll drop a link to it down below huge thanks to huawei for sending it out for review and as always thank you so much for watching and I'll see you in the next one
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