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Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite 8" Android 9.0 Tablet FHD Display,Kirin 710 Octa-Core,3GB/32GB, 5100 mAh, Stereo-£151.05 With code @ Currys / eBay
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Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite 8" Android 9.0 Tablet FHD Display,Kirin 710 Octa-Core,3GB/32GB, 5100 mAh, Stereo-£151.05 With code @ Currys / eBay

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Key Features
Full HD screen

The Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite 8" Tablet features a brilliant Full HD display so you won't miss a thing when you're watching movies, playing games or scrolling through your socials. The 283 ppi display shows off all the colours and details of your favourite entertainment, while the narrow border maximises the viewing area.
Harmon Kardon-tuned audio
The Huawei MediaPad features four speakers with digital amplifiers that give you powerful, balanced sound whatever you're listening to. Fine-tuned by Harmon and Kardon, it's great for playing music and hearing songs just as the artists intended.
Plenty of battery
If you're planning a long trip or you just fancy a lazy day, you won't have to worry about keeping the MediaPad charged. It delivers up to 10.6 hours of video playback, or a massive 62 hours of music. And when you do need to plug in, you can get a full charge in just 2.8 hours.
Eye Comfort Mode
Staring at a screen for too long can be a strain on your eyes. The MediaPad's Eye Comfort Mode reduces the level of harmful blue light to make it safer and easier to look at your tablet for longer. So next time you want to watch an extra episode of your favorite series, or have a long read article to get through, you can do so in comfort. It's great for children too, as they'll get smart alerts if they're holding the screen to close to their face or reading laying down.

Specification
  • Colour: Silver/Grey
  • Processor: Other
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth
  • Connectivity: WiFi
  • Storage: 32 GB
  • Type: Android tablets
  • Screen size: 8”
  • Camera: Rear facing camera
  • Camera: Front facing camera
  • Camera: Rear facing camera
  • Camera: Front facing camera
  • Audio connections: 3.5 mm jack
  • USB: USB 2.0 x 1
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2
  • WiFi: Dual-band AC WiFi
  • Storage: 32 GB
  • Processor: - Kirin 710 Processor - Octa-core - 2.2 GHz
  • RAM: 3 GB
  • Box contents: - Huawei MediaPad M5 Lite 8" Tablet - Charger - Cable - Eject pin - Quick start guide
  • Manufacturer’s guarantee: 2 years
  • Dimensions: 204.2 x 122.2 x 8.2 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: 310 g
  • Colour: Space grey
  • Operating system: Android 9.0 (Pie)
  • Type: Tablet
  • Other features: Microphone
  • Camera: - Rear facing camera: 13 MP - Front facing camera: 8 MP
  • Battery life: - Standby: Up to 16 days - In use: Up to 10.6 hours
  • Battery type: Lithium-polymer
  • Memory card reader: microSD card (up to 512 GB)
  • Touchscreen: Multi-point touchscreen
  • Screen type: IPS LCD
  • Screen features: - 283 ppi - 16.7 million colours
  • Screen size: 8"
  • Resolution: Full HD 1920 x 1200p
  • Speakers: Dual speakers
  • Audio software: - Harmon Kardon tuning - Huawei Histen
  • Product Code: 564979

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Good price. Thanks Brutes, ordered
That spec for a tablet, is better than most budget range phones. Heat!
Does this have the problem where you can't move apps to SD card if so has there been no easy work around found at all or something? Also does this have pen support (the kind where you can actually draw)?
macethedon19/02/2020 07:19

Does this have the problem where you can't move apps to SD card if so has …Does this have the problem where you can't move apps to SD card if so has there been no easy work around found at all or something? Also does this have pen support (the kind where you can actually draw)?


This doesn't have pen support only the 10.1 inch does and not sure about the apps. You can on the 10 inch version but wouldn't like to say for this 1
I purchased this at the same price and had to return as it's not USB-C as advertised!
joker108019/02/2020 16:42

I purchased this at the same price and had to return as it's not USB-C as …I purchased this at the same price and had to return as it's not USB-C as advertised!


Why ? USB-C is just for charging so would make no difference what the USB was, it might transfer data a bit faster if moving to and from Tab to PC but even that isn't a deal breaker.
Edged20/02/2020 02:41

Why ? USB-C is just for charging so would make no difference what the USB …Why ? USB-C is just for charging so would make no difference what the USB was, it might transfer data a bit faster if moving to and from Tab to PC but even that isn't a deal breaker.


It's old tech for 2020! Also pointing out to people that Argos have the specs wrong on the only port that matters on a tablet.
joker108020/02/2020 08:25

It's old tech for 2020! Also pointing out to people that Argos have the …It's old tech for 2020! Also pointing out to people that Argos have the specs wrong on the only port that matters on a tablet.


Again, why does it matter if usb c or micro usb?
theboss420/02/2020 12:18

Again, why does it matter if usb c or micro usb?


Depends if you like spending £150 on old tech and keep various leads for things as all new devices are now type c
joker108020/02/2020 08:25

It's old tech for 2020! Also pointing out to people that Argos have the …It's old tech for 2020! Also pointing out to people that Argos have the specs wrong on the only port that matters on a tablet.


It's in the picture and it's still getting released on more items than any other teq released in 2020, lamps, Chargers, Ecigs, mobiles, controllers, keyboards and on and on, it's not and never will be a deal breaker for 99% of people because most have no idea what the difference is, yes a few will not like it but I'm sure everyone still uses USB for somethings.
Look I know your comment was a good one I'm sure I said that but I wouldn't return a good tablet at a good price for something like that.
joker108020/02/2020 14:29

Depends if you like spending £150 on old tech and keep various leads for …Depends if you like spending £150 on old tech and keep various leads for things as all new devices are now type c


Not true most stuff still gets released with USB and is still by far the most used by a mile and think I read we are still more than 10 years away from one wire for everything.
I still have USB, USB the thick one for PS3, USB-C, lightning cable and the old Apple one for my ipod all plugged into my USB port and that doesn't look like changing anytime soon.
Edged20/02/2020 19:34

Not true most stuff still gets released with USB and is still by far the …Not true most stuff still gets released with USB and is still by far the most used by a mile and think I read we are still more than 10 years away from one wire for everything.I still have USB, USB the thick one for PS3, USB-C, lightning cable and the old Apple one for my ipod all plugged into my USB port and that doesn't look like changing anytime soon.


I think for portable devices like tablets that you take out with you the connection type is more relevant. This is true especially if you're an Android phone user too (highly likely if looking at an Android tablet) and your phone is already USB C, you probably want to match so you only have to worry about taking one cable/charger with you. I agree around the house for other devices I still have more of a mix than I'd like.......one day
Edited by: "morgie" 22nd Feb
joker108020/02/2020 14:29

Depends if you like spending £150 on old tech and keep various leads for …Depends if you like spending £150 on old tech and keep various leads for things as all new devices are now type c


Not true. Just got a new work phone Samsung A10 and it's micro usb.

Also, this fast charging lark. Only certain devices will fast charge with their proper chargers. I get what you mean but I think the argument is not a good one. I've also got an iPad so thats the 1 charger fits all out the window also.
Edited by: "theboss4" 22nd Feb
morgie22/02/2020 14:52

I think for portable devices like tablets that you take out with you the …I think for portable devices like tablets that you take out with you the connection type is more relevant. This is true especially if you're an Android phone user too (highly likely if looking at an Android tablet) and your phone is already USB C, you probably want to match so you only have to worry about taking one cable/charger with you. I agree around the house for other devices I still have more of a mix than I'd like.......one day


It's hardly a 'worry' taking an extra wire
theboss422/02/2020 16:15

It's hardly a 'worry' taking an extra wire


I think you understood the context, not suggesting it's life and death - just handy to not have to even think about it and for efficiency (or some may say laziness ;)). I know in my bag I have a charger and cable that will service my Chromebook, phone and laptop......and if I was getting a tablet I'd want it to be USB C too. Just a personal preference.
morgie22/02/2020 16:22

I think you understood the context, not suggesting it's life and death - …I think you understood the context, not suggesting it's life and death - just handy to not have to even think about it and for efficiency (or some may say laziness ;)). I know in my bag I have a charger and cable that will service my Chromebook, phone and laptop......and if I was getting a tablet I'd want it to be USB C too. Just a personal preference.


Fair play. Didn't realise laptops were powered by usb c. Won't the laptop charger need to be more powerful? And too powerful for the phone? You've done well to get them all usb c.
theboss422/02/2020 16:29

Fair play. Didn't realise laptops were powered by usb c. Won't the laptop …Fair play. Didn't realise laptops were powered by usb c. Won't the laptop charger need to be more powerful? And too powerful for the phone? You've done well to get them all usb c.


Yeah, laptop needs 65w when on to also charge, Chromebook 45w and less for the phone, so I use one of these. It's a lot lighter than it looks. I can charge my Chromebook when off with my regular quick charger from my phone too.
Edited by: "morgie" 22nd Feb
theboss422/02/2020 16:14

Not true. Just got a new work phone Samsung A10 and it's micro usb.Also, …Not true. Just got a new work phone Samsung A10 and it's micro usb.Also, this fast charging lark. Only certain devices will fast charge with their proper chargers. I get what you mean but I think the argument is not a good one. I've also got an iPad so thats the 1 charger fits all out the window also.


The A10 is old tech and soon will be your iPad as the current iPad pro is USB-c and will be across the board soon
morgie22/02/2020 14:52

I think for portable devices like tablets that you take out with you the …I think for portable devices like tablets that you take out with you the connection type is more relevant. This is true especially if you're an Android phone user too (highly likely if looking at an Android tablet) and your phone is already USB C, you probably want to match so you only have to worry about taking one cable/charger with you. I agree around the house for other devices I still have more of a mix than I'd like.......one day


Many people still will have charging banks, Fitbit, smart watches, Cameras and even ecigs that will all need USB so still like i said 99% of people will not be bothered by an extra wire.
joker108022/02/2020 20:19

The A10 is old tech and soon will be your iPad as the current iPad pro is …The A10 is old tech and soon will be your iPad as the current iPad pro is USB-c and will be across the board soon


And your response on the fast charging?
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