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Huawei MediaPad Visits the FCC

Posted on 18 October 2011 By Ben Lang

Pocketables points out that the Huawei MediaPad, which¬†Chippy plans on purchasing, has made its way through the FCC, likely on it’s way to a US release.

After skimming the relevant FCC documents, it appears as though this is a WiFi-only version of the MediaPad, though Pocketables thinks we may see a carrier-tied version of the Huawei MediaPad at some point.

The Huawei MediaPad has already been made available for sale in a number of other countries and is one of only a few 7″ Honeycomb tablets yet available or announced. Others include Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 7.7 (and Galaxy Tab 7 Plus), the Toshiba Thrive 7, Acer’s Iconia Tab A100, and a few lesser known tablets.

4 Responses to “Huawei MediaPad Visits the FCC”

  1. fab says:

    Steve, just saw that article and wanted to “inform” you :-) sounds good. i’ve seen some expected delivery dates here in Switzerland, though nothing before end of October. hoping this will remain like that

  2. fab says:

    oops..sorry, Ben of course :-)

  3. Chippy says:

    I’ve seen Conrad advertising a date in to weeks that slips by one day every day! Others talking about second week of Oct.

  4. fab says:

    same here in Switzerland. just asked one online shop about their delivery, as they are advertizing 3-7 days. not sure they can hold it, but who knows. but even if end of october or beginning of november, it’s no a problem, right now waiting for the announcement of the Nexus prime :-)