Huawei may have passed through some stormy waters this year, but the company remains hard at work, and it will launch a selection of devices in the following months. Among them we can count the Honor V30, which could arrive in two versions, a standard one and a Pro one.
According to TechLife, it seems that Huawei also plans to release the Honor Tab 6 at the same time. One of the posts is related to the possible specs of the tablet, and it seems that it will be quite good.
The post mentions that the tablet will feature an in-house HiSilicon Kirin 810 SoC. This is a big upgrade in comparison to previous models, including the Honor Tab 5, which offers a Kirin 710 SoC. The processor could be paired with a high-quality panel with a 1920×1200 resolution. Two models will be available, one with 3GB RAM and 32GB of built-in storage space and one with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage space.
4G connectivity will be available, and users who need more storage space will have the option to use an external memory card to enjoy additional storage space. A 5,100 mAh should provide enough power to keep the tablet on for a whole day, and it will come with Android Pie pre-loaded.
Take it with a grain of salt
While the data about the tablet is quite interesting, it is important to take the post and the information with a grain of salt. The leaker stated that they learned about the spec of the device while overhearing a discussion between some friends. The scenario may be valid if the leaker or the supposed friends worked for Huawei, but there is no way to verify this without attracting the ire of the electronics manufacturer.
Official announcements could arrive soon.