High resolution display.
Decent battery mileage.
Runs on Honeycomb.
As powerful as most 10in Tablets.
Slim and lightweight.
Vanilla Android 3.2.
Frequent app crashes and system lags.
Gets very hot.
Works better at lower resolution.
Expensive for a 7-inch tablet.
Limited internal storage.
By Phone Arena on October 02, 2013
Unless you absolutely must have a tablet that can make phone calls, we'd advise you to pass on the Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue. Sure, it seems like a decent Android slate at first glance, but the more we use it, the more we get turned off by it. What...-
By GadgetSpeak on July 19, 2012
Towards the end of last year I attended the launch of a new product and then had to wait patiently for over six months before the promised review unit...60
By TechRadar on May 24, 2012
Huge in China, here in the UK Huawei is a name you might be tempted to pronounce 'who are we'. But it's a brand the company is determined to stamp on Western consciousnesses over the coming months. It slunk into the low-end smartphone market...80
By The Inquirer on April 25, 2012
Hey, good lookingWe were immediately impressed by the look and feel of the Huawei Mediapad, its aluminium casing screaming premium and feeling robust enough to handle scratches and tumbles. The tablet's size is just as appealing, as at...70
By GSMArena on February 21, 2012
Good looking and portable, the Huawei MediaPad offers the kind of all-round experience that even some of the big players on the field would find hard to match. With some aggressive pricing, the MediaPad will be an easily justifiable purchase. We...-
By Stuff.tv on February 01, 2012
After a small-screened tablet? The Mediapad is an elegant all-rounder...80
By hardwarezone.com.sg on December 12, 2011
To be honest, the Huawei MediaPad could have been a worthy consideration for mainstream consumers who are looking for a no-frills tablet. We applaud Huawei for coming up with a device that can stand tall among the other 7-inch tablets in the market....70
By TechCentral on December 09, 2011
Portability is definitely the Huawei MediaPad's main selling point and it has enough firepower to rival some of its bigger 10in siblings. The fact that it runs on Honeycomb also makes it an interesting option compared to the 7in Tablets running the...70
By The Inquirer on November 08, 2011
The tablet has a very similar look and feel to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7in model. Compared to holding the 600g Ipad, it's noticeably lighter, and we've always found 7in tablets much easier to type on in portrait mode while holding the device....-
By Trusted Reviews on November 08, 2011
In pure design terms, the MediaPad is a success. It has the luxury feel that's important in the tablet space, and is a lot comfier to hold than larger 10.1in models. Pricing is a sore point, though, because at around £275 ex. VAT (£330...-