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Huawei mediapad T3 10 (MediaPad T3 10 for short) is an 9.6 Inch tablet that incorporates a high-performance quad-core processor (MSM8917) and Wi-Fi data connections. Connectivity supports dual-band 2.4 GHz/5 GHz Wi-Fi, super-strong wireless performance, ultra-fast connection even for three bars signal strength where alike products only can reach one bar at the same situation.

Mediapad T3 10 offers an IPS screen at 1280 x 800 pixels with healthy eye-comfort mode. Device is ultra-slim and light with aviation-grade anodized aluminum metal body (stylish and durable).

Key featured in eye comfort model with blue light filter to eliminate harsh blues from the screen when in professional or entertainment use. Ultra dim display is ideal for night use, split screen mode for multi-tasking, secure encryption for microSD card or applications, parental control available for applications with password settings, fun for kids, peace of mind for parents. Long battery life for up to 7.5 hours video playing time and 5.5 hours for web browsing.

In-depth optimization based on Android Nougat (7.x), simple, clean UI, simplified operation increases efficiency, 92 percent of actions can be performed in three steps or fewer. Ideal device for home, non-technical, students, high-level professionals uses on a daily basis.


  • 9.6" 1280x800 (HD) IPS display, space-age anodised aluminum body; 2MP Fromt Camera and 5MP Rear Camera
  • Quad-core process (1.4GHz), 2GB + 16GB, Android 7.0, expandable up to 128GB
  • 4800mAh battery, up to 9.8hrs video playback time.
  • Blue-light filter and low-light display mode to alleviate eye fatigue.
  • Connection:WIFI 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4GHz/5GHz; BT 4.1; Support GPS, A-GPS

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  • 9.6" 1280x800 (HD) IPS display, space-age anodised aluminum body; 2MP Fromt Camera and 5MP Rear Camera
  • Quad-core process (1.4GHz), 2GB + 16GB, Android 7.0, expandable up to 128GB
  • 4800mAh battery, up to 9.8hrs video playback time.
  • Blue-light filter and low-light display mode to alleviate eye fatigue.
Connection:WIFI 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4GHz/5GHz; BT 4.1; Support GPS, A-GPS

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Gussy_Fink_Nottle15/07/2019 19:35

Expandable to 128gbs.Read it.


Not for apps. Only for media. Try not to be so rude when you’re dishing out your ‘wisdom’.
I have this tablet & have had it for past 2 years. It's decent for the price but my biggest gripe is the 16GB. I find it's just not enough & I'm constantly trying to manage the space.

I don't have a huge amount of apps stored on it, no movies, no music & very few photos.

It's a fine tablet for general browsing & watching movies etc. Mostly use mine for playing clash of clans & kid's posting roblox.

In the market for another cheap tablet myself & thinking of going for the fire 10HD 32GB.
Edited by: "BBCwatchdog" 15th Jul
PhilKelix216/07/2019 11:13

Depends, it's a sliding scale of how much data companies and governments …Depends, it's a sliding scale of how much data companies and governments gather on you depending on what devices/services you use.Huawei devices are at the bad end of the scale.

There's no actual public proof of this.

Unless you wanna link the evidence? (I could have missed it)

The main issue the US has is that Huawei is Chinese. Not considered an Ally. And pretty much anything else is propaganda.

Google, Facebook etc. Has FAR more data on you. Facebook for example even got caught manipulating elections. (not a hardware provider I know but an example of proof that's easily looked up).
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How does this compare to the latest ipads? I'm looking for a new tablet but can't work out which are the latest models and more importantly, which are capable of doing a decent job.
tony86315/07/2019 13:03

How does this compare to the latest ipads? I'm looking for a new tablet …How does this compare to the latest ipads? I'm looking for a new tablet but can't work out which are the latest models and more importantly, which are capable of doing a decent job.


These are fairly low performance tablets - it really depends what you're using them for, though. If you want something a similar level of quality to an iPad I'd imagine you need to pay a bit more for a higher res screen, more ram, and better gpu (although not likely as much as an iPad).
Edited by: "JustExtreme" 15th Jul
Thanks. I've heard the Mi 10 is worth a look.
How about compared to S3 tab? I don't think I'd want a tablet now with anything less than 3gb rom preferably 4
I have this tablet & have had it for past 2 years. It's decent for the price but my biggest gripe is the 16GB. I find it's just not enough & I'm constantly trying to manage the space.

I don't have a huge amount of apps stored on it, no movies, no music & very few photos.

It's a fine tablet for general browsing & watching movies etc. Mostly use mine for playing clash of clans & kid's posting roblox.

In the market for another cheap tablet myself & thinking of going for the fire 10HD 32GB.
Edited by: "BBCwatchdog" 15th Jul
BBCwatchdog15/07/2019 15:44

I have this tablet & have had it for past 2 years. It's decent for the …I have this tablet & have had it for past 2 years. It's decent for the price but my biggest gripe is the 16GB. I find it's just not enough & I'm constantly trying to manage the space.I don't have a huge amount of apps stored on it, no movies, no music & very few photos.It's a fine tablet for general browsing & watching movies etc. Mostly use mine for playing clash of clans & kid's posting roblox.In the market for another cheap tablet myself & thinking of going for the fire 10HD 32GB.


It has a Micro-SD card slot. Slap a cheap SD card in there and problem solved.
SpudUK15/07/2019 15:51

It has a Micro-SD card slot. Slap a cheap SD card in there and problem …It has a Micro-SD card slot. Slap a cheap SD card in there and problem solved.


Tried that ages ago but nothing wants to go over to it! Must try again now that you've reminded me
My daughter uses this and while it’s pretty reliable and fast to load etc. It’s a bit crap for storage. You can’t use an SD for installing anything so you’re limited to 16gb of apps. I wouldn’t recommend it
BBCwatchdog15/07/2019 16:03

Tried that ages ago but nothing wants to go over to it! Must try again … Tried that ages ago but nothing wants to go over to it! Must try again now that you've reminded me


You may need a free app to move apps over.
Whats a good replacement for a Hudl2? This, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, or a Chinese Aldocube / Chuwi etc
BBCwatchdog15/07/2019 15:44

I have this tablet & have had it for past 2 years. It's decent for the …I have this tablet & have had it for past 2 years. It's decent for the price but my biggest gripe is the 16GB. I find it's just not enough & I'm constantly trying to manage the space.I don't have a huge amount of apps stored on it, no movies, no music & very few photos.It's a fine tablet for general browsing & watching movies etc. Mostly use mine for playing clash of clans & kid's posting roblox.In the market for another cheap tablet myself & thinking of going for the fire 10HD 32GB.


Expandable to 128gbs.Read it.
Gussy_Fink_Nottle15/07/2019 19:35

Expandable to 128gbs.Read it.


Not for apps. Only for media. Try not to be so rude when you’re dishing out your ‘wisdom’.
stevos915/07/2019 15:09

How about compared to S3 tab? I don't think I'd want a tablet now with …How about compared to S3 tab? I don't think I'd want a tablet now with anything less than 3gb rom preferably 4


Agreed. 2GB is not a future proof tablet. If I was purchasing this it'd be a stopgap.

I've had a tablet since 2014 that has 3gb RAM. Still on KitKat
Snapdragon 425, 16 GB internal storage and 2 GB RAM... 3 very good reasons to stay away.
jameswalker45715/07/2019 20:07

Agreed. 2GB is not a future proof tablet. If I was purchasing this it'd be …Agreed. 2GB is not a future proof tablet. If I was purchasing this it'd be a stopgap.I've had a tablet since 2014 that has 3gb RAM. Still on KitKat


Still got my old Google nexus 7 not much use but great at the time!
stevos915/07/2019 20:22

Still got my old Google nexus 7 not much use but great at the time!


I've got my Nexus 10 too PIPO M9 Pro. Best tablet I've had and still do have.
Gone for this Octocore 3Gb - 16gb Lenovo that’s £119 with bits using the Party voucher on eBay
I have one of these tablets and I wouldn't waste your money on one they are terrible and slow 👎
t4v15/07/2019 20:27

Gone for this Octocore 3Gb - 16gb Lenovo that’s £119 with bits using the Pa …Gone for this Octocore 3Gb - 16gb Lenovo that’s £119 with bits using the Party voucher on eBay


That's a great price!!! Have you looked into the custom ROM for it?

Lineage ROM

I want to know if it allows the installation of apps to the SD card or not, if it does I'll buy the tablet, if not I wouldn't touch it as the Lenovo ROM only leaves 8gb of storage for apps and won't allow installs or moves into the SD card.
pc502015/07/2019 21:20

That's a great price!!! Have you looked into the custom ROM for it?Lineage …That's a great price!!! Have you looked into the custom ROM for it?Lineage ROMI want to know if it allows the installation of apps to the SD card or not, if it does I'll buy the tablet, if not I wouldn't touch it as the Lenovo ROM only leaves 8gb of storage for apps and won't allow installs or moves into the SD card.


I honestly don’t know :/
robertfrancis197515/07/2019 19:31

Whats a good replacement for a Hudl2? This, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, or …Whats a good replacement for a Hudl2? This, the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, or a Chinese Aldocube / Chuwi etc


Bought my Hudl 2 when it first came out, still using it to this day.
Hard to find the same spec for a decent price even now.

I might be getting this one for my wife: amazon.co.uk/HUA…h=1
It's the next level up from this one
You can get a refurbished one on eBay Argos for £75.99 12 month warranty
I have just ordered one via Amazon warehouse, £73 in used but new condition. Can't argue with that price as it's only for my dad to read the daily mail!
Keep that 16GB to yourself lol
stevos915/07/2019 15:09

How about compared to S3 tab? I don't think I'd want a tablet now with …How about compared to S3 tab? I don't think I'd want a tablet now with anything less than 3gb rom preferably 4



I wouldn't buy any device with 3GB of Read Only Memory, seems silly.
The T5 10.1” Kirin 695 Octa-Core 2.36GHz Processor, RAM 3GB, ROM 32GB one is only £129.99 today on Prime........
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dongrumble15/07/2019 18:19

My daughter uses this and while it’s pretty reliable and fast to load etc. …My daughter uses this and while it’s pretty reliable and fast to load etc. It’s a bit crap for storage. You can’t use an SD for installing anything so you’re limited to 16gb of apps. I wouldn’t recommend it


100% This where most of people misunderstand about the expandable storage. Even you have an expandable storage in your Phone/tablet you can only use it for media only. Also there is less than 1% chance that you may able to install/move apps to SD card. Therefore buying a tablet or phone thinking you can expand your storage is wrong.
Even on supported Android versions, Huawei doesn't allow transfer of apps to memory card on these tablets.

Sd card, or 3rd party apps make no difference. Apps that say they transfer ok end up reporting errors and closing down.

The tablet performs well within its space limitations, but I'm having to look for one that supports adoptable storage/app to sd installs now.
Should be called a SpyPad
ollie8716/07/2019 08:34

I wouldn't buy any device with 3GB of Read Only Memory, seems silly.


Hah!

I see what you did there.

Thanks
Is 2gb good enough for Android? I would highly doubt it.
PhilKelix216/07/2019 09:40

Should be called a SpyPad


Along with pretty much any other smart device in the world. Including the one you typed that comment on
jaymorgangrice16/07/2019 10:21

Along with pretty much any other smart device in the world. Including the …Along with pretty much any other smart device in the world. Including the one you typed that comment on


Depends, it's a sliding scale of how much data companies and governments gather on you depending on what devices/services you use.

Huawei devices are at the bad end of the scale.
Edited by: "PhilKelix2" 16th Jul
This or Fire 10? Thanks in advance
PhilKelix216/07/2019 11:13

Depends, it's a sliding scale of how much data companies and governments …Depends, it's a sliding scale of how much data companies and governments gather on you depending on what devices/services you use.Huawei devices are at the bad end of the scale.

There's no actual public proof of this.

Unless you wanna link the evidence? (I could have missed it)

The main issue the US has is that Huawei is Chinese. Not considered an Ally. And pretty much anything else is propaganda.

Google, Facebook etc. Has FAR more data on you. Facebook for example even got caught manipulating elections. (not a hardware provider I know but an example of proof that's easily looked up).
jaymorgangrice16/07/2019 11:22

There's no actual public proof of this.Unless you wanna link the evidence? …There's no actual public proof of this.Unless you wanna link the evidence? (I could have missed it) The main issue the US has is that Huawei is Chinese. Not considered an Ally. And pretty much anything else is propaganda.Google, Facebook etc. Has FAR more data on you. Facebook for example even got caught manipulating elections. (not a hardware provider I know but an example of proof that's easily looked up).


Plenty on the Wiki page. And I'm fully aware of FB, enough with the whataboutism though.

en.wikipedia.org/wik…wei

As for "it's because they're Chinese" - there are plenty of other unaffected Chinese manufacturers. Hisense, Honor, Lenovo, Meizu, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi & ZTE
Edited by: "PhilKelix2" 16th Jul
Stu.C15/07/2019 20:19

Snapdragon 425, 16 GB internal storage and 2 GB RAM... 3 very good reasons …Snapdragon 425, 16 GB internal storage and 2 GB RAM... 3 very good reasons to stay away.


2 gb of RAM more than enough. Yl
PhilKelix216/07/2019 11:26

Plenty on the Wiki page. And I'm fully aware of FB, enough with the …Plenty on the Wiki page. And I'm fully aware of FB, enough with the whataboutism though.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_HuaweiAs for "it's because they're Chinese" - there are plenty of other unaffected Chinese manufacturers. Hisense, Honor, Lenovo, Meizu, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi & ZTE


Same wiki actually mentions lenovo and XIAOMI?

Where on that wiki page is there actual proof of spying (and where to the extent that they're on the worse end of the sliding scale)?

The only proven part on that is that they nicked a bit of ciscos code around 2011.

I hope your proof isn't that an engineer found it to be communicating back home to a server in china? Because asides from the app appearing deleted, Google services do this and you need them to use the phone.

So I'll ask again, can you make links to specific proof (not accusations or security concerns) where Huawei are spying on users on its mobile devices?

I was only mentioning FB as an example of what I was after. There was no need to get snippy. Especially as the proof you linked doesn't really prove your claims at all?
jaymorgangrice16/07/2019 11:48

Same wiki actually mentions lenovo and XIAOMI?Where on that wiki page is …Same wiki actually mentions lenovo and XIAOMI?Where on that wiki page is there actual proof of spying (and where to the extent that they're on the worse end of the sliding scale)?The only proven part on that is that they nicked a bit of ciscos code around 2011.I hope your proof isn't that an engineer found it to be communicating back home to a server in china? Because asides from the app appearing deleted, Google services do this and you need them to use the phone.So I'll ask again, can you make links to specific proof (not accusations or security concerns) where Huawei are spying on users on its mobile devices?I was only mentioning FB as an example of what I was after. There was no need to get snippy. Especially as the proof you linked doesn't really prove your claims at all?


They have been accused of corporate espionage multiple times, a couple of their board members are currently under arrest, they have a very dubious past and they have admitted they are in the pockets of the Chinese Government.

This is reason enough for me not to trust them.

nytimes.com/201…tml
PhilKelix216/07/2019 12:21

They have been accused of corporate espionage multiple times, a couple of …They have been accused of corporate espionage multiple times, a couple of their board members are currently under arrest, they have a very dubious past and they have admitted they are in the pockets of the Chinese Government.This is reason enough for me not to trust them.https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/16/us/politics/china-phones-software-security.html


Being accused means nothing. Board members being arrested also means nothing (I admit I missed this - I only saw that they wanted to deport the daughter of a board member but that's not the same as being arrested for a specific reason related to proven shadey company tactics). They aren't any more likely to give the Chinese gov your data then Google are to the US. And unless your one of the most important people in the world..... What on earth do you have to worry about.

One proven record of copying/updating a companies code on switches. That's the only actual convicted evidence of bad tactics.

All devices contain back doors etc, it's how I phones are jailbroken and whatever else.

The point is.... Your comment that it may as well be called a SpyPad, backed by little more then accusations, that they are at the worst end of a sliding scale, because of in a time where companies like apple make batteries run out faster, Google keeps more of your data than anyone else, Facebook illegally helps sway elections, is flat out wrong.

They are all in the same pot. And the truth is, anyone who doesn't think so is blind.

In the end its hilarious that people think they're that individually important to such a large firm that they care about what fetish your looking at, is laughable.

I could see government employees not wanting to be in danger, or highly valued targets. But the everyday person? Calm down, your not that important.


The link you posted... Its not hard to believe that a company who sells big data was doing it for that reason. It isn't something that I like. But I assume all companies are doing it....

ISPs and mobile networks do it with your data. I'm not saying its all fine, I'm just saying they're all guilty of it. So it's wrong to say Huawei are any worse without actual proof.


We've gone down track a little now and it's getting long so I'll leave it there. But I'm pretty happy with where it ended up.
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