Huawei M3 WiFi 8in 32GB Reviews

Expert Reviews: 
 3.9
User Reviews: 
 4.9
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Sound
 5.0
Performance
 3.6
 
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 Review: Party Starter Slate, Best Acoustics on a Mobile Device I've Tested, Solid Cameras

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Verdict: Huawei MediaPad M3 is an elegant music and gaming tablet, with a good set of cameras and a genuine party starter. It's pretty looking, not so comfy and it's clearly a boon for audiophiles. The MediaPad M4 does have a few things to work on, like the battery and the screen brightness and view angles.
Pros: best audio ever, elegant design, fast fingerprint scanner, good cameras for a tablet, solid performance, nice selfies, good connectivity
Cons: cutting edges, could be brighter, view angles are modest, battery should be a bit more generous, no USB type C port

Read full review at tablet-news.com
2 years ago
 

Review: Huawei MediaPad M3

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Verdict: The only incredibly obvious negative to the Huawei MediaPad M3 is the screen, which is unfortunately a pretty important part of the experience on any mobile device, especially a tablet.
Pros: Solid, quality build, Top-notch sound output quality, Stunning stereo speakers, Speedy and responsive, Some great software features, Fantastic front-facing camera, Fast, well designed camera software, SIM Card support, microSD card support, Phenomenal battery life
Cons: Awful screen for a media consumption device, especially in lower light where the poor contrast and black levels are most noticeable, EMUI may trouble some users because of its design, Gaming performance is hit or miss

Read full review at androidheadlines.com
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 Review

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Verdict: It's been a while since we've seen a premium 8-inch Android tablet take on the iPad mini. Most small slates these days orbit around the $150 to $250 price range and offer a modest set of options.
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Read full review at LAPTOP Magazine
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 8.4″ Android Tablet

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Verdict: The Huawei MediaPad M3 has a nice 8.4″ screen and yet still small enough for me hold it in one hand.
Pros: Beautiful display; Sleek, beautiful hardware; Excellent speakers thanks to the Harman Kardon audio; Accurate and fast fingerprint scanner; It's only $299
Cons: Has a MicroUSB port instead of USB-C; I'd really like to see an upgrade for it to EMUI 5.0 and Android 7.0 (Nougat

Read full review at Gear Diary
2 years ago
 

Huawei M3 WiFi 8in 32GB

4.0
Verdict: Huawei's flagship compact Android tablet sports a stunning 8.4-inch screen and excellent speakers, along with Apple-like design and build quality. Our main quibble is with the battery life.
Pros: Superior screen, Powerful speakers for a small tablet, Premium feel, Solid performance
Cons: Battery life could be better, Power button is too easy to hit by mistake

Read full review at ComputerShopper
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite Tablet Review

3.6
Verdict: Huawei has equipped its MediaPad M3 Lite with a total of four speakers in order to produce a vivid and powerful soundscape. That said, at a first glance the device is a typical mid-range tablet with a few tricks up its sleeves.
Pros: high contrast, good sRGB color coverage, decent camera quality, low power consumption, good speakers, decent battery life, stays cool, fast Wi-Fi transfer speeds, fast microSD transfer speeds, fingerprint reader, phone support, small and slim
Cons: plenty of preloaded software, case creaks, pressure sensitive case, only 12 months warranty, mediocre gaming performance, long charging time

Read full review at Notebookcheck
1 year ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 8.0

3.5
Verdict: The Huawei MediaPad M3 is a tablet with lots of admirable qualities. High screen resolution, ultra-low weight and speakers that go loud enough to become an anti-social menace in some situations earn a big thumbs-up.
Pros: Sharp screen, Super-loud stereo speakers, Slim, light and fancy aluminium shell
Cons: Poor gaming performance with some titles, Pedestrian rear camera

Read full review at TechRadar UK
1 year ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3

3.5
Verdict: At the time of writing, Huawei hadn't announced full pricing for the MediaPad M3. I was told that it would be in the ballpark of the outgoing model, which is around £250-£275. Tablets are a luxury.
Pros: Hi-res display, Impressive audio, Sleek design
Cons: Odd performance niggles, Ugly software, Very reflective display

Read full review at TrustedReviews
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 Lite review

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Verdict: I've always been a fan of using tablets for consumption tasks. Historically, I've used an iPad for this, but iPads are getting really expensive, given that Apple keeps adding 'pro' features.
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Read full review at neowin
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 review

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Verdict: If you're in the market for a tablet, you're probably looking at an iPad or a Surface tablet. It's generally really hard to recommend an Android tablet against either of those options, simply because no one makes an Android tablet worth recommending. Huawei turned that on its head.
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Read full review at talkandroid.com
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 review: This tablet has premium written all over it

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Verdict: Huawei MediaPad M3 has premium written all over it - be it the 2K display, Harman Kardon technology for sound.
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Read full review at Indian Express
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3

4.0
Verdict: The Huawei MediaPad M3 is like a louder, more affordable Apple iPad Mini 4, that runs Android. The stylish, aluminum-clad tablet bears a striking resemblance to the iPad Mini 4 ( $399.99 at Best Buy ) in design, and its performance is just as powerful, however the Huawei tablet has better speakers...
Pros: The Huawei MediaPad M3 has a stylish and sturdy aluminum design. The HD screen is sharp and the fingerprint sensor is fast. It has dual Harman-Kardon speakers that are crazy-loud
Cons: Audio sounds tinny at maximum volume

Read full review at CNET
2 years ago
 

Huawei M3 WiFi 8in 32GB

4.2
Verdict: When it comes to tablets, the factors that determine whether it's a success are different to say, a flagship smartphone. While the latter focuses on the overall experience being excellent, a tablet is arguably focused on fewer key areas such as the design, display, audio, performance and battery...
Pros: Ergonomically friendly design Great display Long-lasting battery life Fantastic dual-1W Harmon Kardon speakers Excellent antennae reliability Snappy performance with no lag EMUI has very little bloatware (unlike phones) Ability to make phone calls if you want
Cons: Average cameras that you probably won't use EMUI isn't for everyone Design feels a little generic Gaming can be a little hit-and-miss No earpiece so phone calls are via speaker or bluetooth

Read full review at androidauthority.com
2 years ago
 

Huawei M3 WiFi 8in 32GB

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Verdict: A good buy if you need a tablet as its slim and portable, while still offering the performance you need to achieve your everyday tasks and mobile gaming.
Pros: Performance, Overall design
Cons: None

Read full review at chip.com.my
1 year ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 review: An unfussy Android media tablet

4.0
Verdict: Overall the Huawei MediaPad M3 is a capable Android tablet that's good for entertainment and mostly free from fuss.
Pros: Great design and build quality, Minimal fuss, Good audio performance, Good bundled AKG headphones, Fingerprint scanner is smart
Cons: Display viewing angles a little limited, Doesn't add a huge amount to the mix where some rivals do

Read full review at Pocket Lint
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 review: The new 8in tablet king?

4.0
Verdict: Huawei is on top form right now, with a clutch of superlative smartphones under its belt in 2016, but now the Chinese giant is attempting to repeat that success with its latest tablet.
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Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
2 years ago
 

Huawei MediaPad M3 review

4.0
Verdict: Just going on specs alone, the MediaPad M3 looks like a great Android tablet. There's not much else out there at the top-end, with Samsung's Galaxy Tabs hoovering up most of the people that refuse to jump ship to iOS and the iPad, but this could have what it takes to carve out its own little niche.
Pros: Small, stylish and well-built, Powerful enough for all sorts of streaming and multimedia, Battery life is pretty decent
Cons: Not a tablet for gamers, EMUI isn't for everyone, Camera quality is pretty basic

Read full review at Stuff.tv
2 years ago
 

A really nice tablet, well priced.

5.0
Verdict: This is fantastic. I was replacing a Nexus 7 android, which I loved, but which really couldn't keep up with me any more. This Huawei is great. The display is nice and clear, and plays films and media well. The speakers on either side of the tablet give good sound quality.
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Read full review at Amazon
1 year ago
 

Plenty of bang for your buck!

5.0
Verdict: I purchased this Mediapad M3 10 Lite to replace my now defunct iPad 2 and to be honest I was just after a cheap replacement as the iPad was almost unusable due to not being able to further upgrade the iOS.
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Read full review at very.co.uk
1 year ago
 

Good, but the power button stucks and it is all over and over

5.0
Verdict: Loved it ...until it lasted. Power button was a problem since the beginning, until it began to get stucked everytime. And all my data was reset several times as well. Until it could not even restart because so many restarts.
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Read full review at Amazon
8 months ago
 

Fantastic 8. 5'' tablet

5.0
Verdict: I wanted a smaller than 10 inch tablet but powerful enough to deal with media really well. The MediaPad M3 is perfect and has astonishing stereo sound on top (which was also important for me). Having a micro SD slot for extra storage that is seamless with the built-in storage is also good.
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Read full review at Argos
1 year ago
 

Excellent Affordable Tablet

4.5
Verdict: Long last battery - I charge once a week and I get Screen On Time of 11 to 13 hours easily. Smooth Performance - Opening and using Apps is so smooth that you feel like you are handling silk. I am really impressed by the Kirin Processor 950.
Pros: Battery Life, Outstanding Performance, Super fast finger print Scanner, Speakers are very loud, Display is very nice, Connectivity is really good - Bluetooth & Wifi, OS optimization is really good, Build quality - Great - feels good in my hands
Cons: It comes with Marsmallow but I prefer Nougat

Read full review at phonearena.com
2 years ago
 

Fast and easy to use

5.0
Verdict: Wow. So much faster than my old ipad. Solid build quality, expandable memory is a very good feature. Clear crisp display and with 4 speakers very loud for a tablet. I would definitely recommend the Huawei Media Pad to anyone.
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Read full review at Littlewoods
1 year ago
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