|Screen Size||8.4 inches|
|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560x1600 pixels|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
|Chipset Brand||Mali-T880 MP4 900 MHz|
|Wireless Type||2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
Huawei + Harman Kardon MediaPad M3 8.0 Octa Core 8.4" Android (Marshmallow) +EMUI Tablet, WiFi only, 32GB, Moonlight Silver (US Warranty)
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- 8.4-inch tablet that boasts a proprietary HI Silicon octa-core processor and high-speed Wi-Fi network connectivity
- Features a 2560 x 1600 pixel IPS display; 8 MP front & rear camera and HD video; high-speed Internet connectivity (does not support 3G/LTE); office productivity suite; and GPS
- Tuned and certified by Harman/Kardon to provide a paramount audio and video experience, as well as support HiFi headphones (AKG headphones only included with 64GB version)
- Runs Google Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) with the latest version of Huawei Emotion UI (4.1).
- Highlights a stylish narrow bezel and lightweight aircraft aluminum body measuring just 4.6 mm thick, making it a highly portable device and easy to grip
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|RAM Size||4 GB||4 GB||1.5 GB||2 GB||2 GB||1 GB|
|Connectivity Technology||wi-fi||bluetooth, micro usb, usb||Wi-Fi||usb||Wireless||wifi|
|Screen Size||8.4 in||9.7 in||8 in||10.1 in||8 in||9.6 in|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||32||64||16||16||32||8|
|Hard-Drive Size||32 GB||500 GB||16 GB||—||32 GB||8 GB|
|Hardware Platform||Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) + Huawei Emotion UI 4.1||—||—||Android 5.1 (Lollipop)+ Huawei EMUI 3.1||Android||Android 4.4 (KitKat) + Huawei EMUI 3.0|
|Item Dimensions||0.3 x 8.5 x 4.9 in||6.44 x 9.47 x 0.28 in||5 x 8.4 x 0.4 in||6.8 x 9.44 x 0.29 in||8 x 5.3 x 0.3 in||0.3 x 10.2 x 5.9 in|
|Item Weight||0.7 lb||0.95 lb||0.75 lb||1.08 lbs||0.7 lb||0.95 lb|
|Native Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels||—||1280 x 800||—||2048 x 1536||1280x800 pixels|
|Operating System||Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) + Huawei EMUI 4.1||Android 6.0 Marshmallow||Fire||Android 5.1 (Lollipop)||Android 5.0 Lollipop||Android 4.4 (KitKat) + Huawei EMUI 3.0|
|Wireless Technology||Wi-Fi||Bluetooth/Wireless||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Bluetooth+ Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi|
HUAWEI MediaPad M3 8.0 is a tablet that can provide extreme audio and video experience. It is tuned and certified by Harman/Kardon and supports HiFi earphones. It is the pinnacle works. The M3 has a stylish, narrow bezel, and lightweight aircraft aluminum body measuring just 4.6 mm thick, making it a highly portable device and easy to grip. It features a 2560 x 1600 pixel IPS display; 8 MP rear camera and HD video; 8 MP front camera; high-speed Internet connectivity; high definition voice calling (supports loudspeaker and earphone calling, does not have receiver); 1080p video hardware decoding; office productivity suite; GPS; fingerprint sensor. It is a smart assistant of your life entertainment.
Top Customer Reviews
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If you're like me you're looking at this tablet wondering if it's worth it. At $299 or less it's absolutely worth it!
At the total rip off price that I'm seeing while typing this, avoid it. $599 really?
Being a long time Nexus 7 (2013) user and not being happy with any other tablet. I've finally found it's replacement.
I've never used anything made by Huawei, that alone concerned me. All I've read is they make good hardware but their skin (EMUI) they place on
Android is bad. While I prefer pure Android any day over a skin, EMUI is not all that bad. Actually has some functional tweaks.
It allows you to hide icons of apps you don't use. You're able to protect apps so no one else can open them without a pin or your finger print.
That's just a couple things it allows you to do.
I've also heard the complaint about there not being an app drawer. With EMUI you are confined to placing everything in folders. Very similar to what Apple does. You can get around this if it bothers you that much. Simply change the launcher to something like the Google Now launcher.
Then you get the feel of a closer to pure Android experience. It's not, but it's much closer.
Then there's the complaint of notifications and shortcuts being separated. It's not that difficult to swipe over or tap the tab.
On my nexus 7 I had to pull down twice to get to shortcuts. It a wash as far as I'm concerned.
As far as hardware goes. I absolutely love it. The finger scanner is super quick. The fact I can use it for navigation instead of the on screen buttons that you can disable is wonderful. Simple tap and you go back 1. Swipe to access open apps. Hold your finger over it to return home.
Personally didn't think I would like it, but now I prefer it.
Screen looks great, seems to respond well and it's accurate to touch. Sounds is really good for a tablet. Am I blown away, no, it's a tablet there's only so much it can do. I'll say it is louder than my iPad mini. Cameras are so so at best. I've never used a tablet to take pictures. That I don't care much about. I would really like it if they would separate the volume and power button more. To often I accidently hit the power when I'm going for volume. The size is different for each button but I still do it. I prefer the power to be on top. Battery seems to last a while. I don't think it will last as long as my iPad mini does. It blows away what my Nexus 7 was doing after 3 years.
As with just about every Android tablet I've used it will have it's stutter points. I don't think I've ever seen Facebook runs totally smooth on Android.
This could be more software than hardware. Am I going to say it's buttery smooth. No, but it is really good.
I give it an A+ overall. I've given up on many Android tablets to stick with my Nexus 7 for years.
This is the one I've replaced it with. If you're concerned because of the manufacture or their skin, don't let that stop you.
If you can get it at the more reasonable price of $299 or less, do it.
If you have any questions I'll be more than happy to help if I can.
EDIT: 12/1/16 -- I've come across an issue that bothers me that has to do with the finger scanner. I've mentioned the gesture that are suppose to function. That being a quick tap, L/R swipe and a long press. I'm having an issue with my finger going over the scanner from top to bottom and it activates Google now. I figured simple enough, I'll remove now. I did that and it now activates my browser. I cannot find a setting for gestures to stop this behavior. Think about how often your finger is around the scanner if you use it for navigation. Also to make it worse I found the bottom corners of the tablet make this happen too. For now I've gone back to using on screen navigation until I find (if) an answer to stop this.
- Stylish aluminum design making it slick, light, sturdy, and strong. Closely resembles the IPad Mini.
- HD Screen is sharp and crystal with its 2,560 x 1,600 resolution.
- The colors are vivid, blacks are dark and the brightness levels are extremely high as you will be able to view it comfortably when you’re facing the sun.
- The fingerprint sensor is fast and accurate.
- Dual Harman-Kardon speakers (that are on the top and bottom) are the main reason you’ll buy it. Super loud, crisp, and one of the loudest speakers I’ve ever heard in a tablet.
- I can only compare to this with the Apple Mini 4 as both are similar and this one is more affordable.
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow (For Android lovers).
- The tablet does an incredible job on the 3D graphics as it does outperform compare with Samsung and Apple tablets.
- Fastest android tablet that I used for gaming.
- Features a split-screen mode option.
- WIFI and LTE models.
- 8 Meg pixel camera has a great autofocus feature as well as the camera program have so many programs that you can use in making a video and or taking a picture. Beauty Video, Time Lapse, Panorama, Audio Note, Pro Photo, Pro Video, Night Shot, Light Painting, Watermark, HDR, Good Food, Document Scan, there are so many as those who are deep into photography will love this.
- Neat programs such as a color mode feature and eye comfort which removes the blue light in order for you to sleep better (Something that a lot of programs are starting to integrate).
- No lag whatsoever or any overheating when I pushed it with movies and numerous games.
Cons and Oks:__________
- Split screen option is cool but the screen is too small to make it a useful tool.
- Around 8-9 hours of battery life when playing games, HD movies. I assume it’ll go up if you don’t push it continuously but, for those who want to take this on a road trip, I got an average of 9 hours (Lower than what Huawei is stating)
- A lot of bloatware (apps) that you really don’t need to use and can’t be uninstalled.
- There is no bass at all in these speakers.
- Video clips you make are not the best. They will look around 720-480 in pixel quality.
- Camera’s zoom drops the image quality greatly, will not be using the zooming feature.
- The virtual keyboard is big, compare to the size of the screen.
- Wish they had a USB type C port.
The only product I can compare this table with is the IPad Mini as both are relativity the same in built and in quality. The speakers, gaming and camera features (not taking account the zooming feature) will be the main reason why you’ll buy this because it beats Apples and Samsung in these sections. The size and built of Huawei’s tablet doesn’t make it feel cheap and it’s a great alternative to Apple since you’re buying a tablet that is in the same category in style and software with the IPad Mini 4.
Overall like many tablets it does have its glitches, but if you’re looking for an alternative to Apple then this is going to be it. It’s pricier than most Android tablets but you’re getting a tablet that will hold its ground. Verdict: King of speakers, fast in gaming, and a substitute to Apple. This might be the tablet for you.
Hopefully I was a help to you,