We take a look at the best smartphones available for under £200
Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD: The little tab that wants to be king
Huawei have just unveiled the MediaPad 10 FHD; we investigate Huawei's latest tablet and our pick of other worthy contenders to the throne.
They might not be a household name (yet) but Huawei (pronounced "wah way") are the largest supplier of mobile technology in the world. The MediaPad 10 FHD is their first Android 4.0 tablet, and will serve as Huawai's opening salvo in the fierce war of modern tablets that's playing out in the global battlefield.
related stories on msn
Why are these tablets needing quad core processors etc... What is actually being performed on them that requires all this power. From what I can gather all people bang on about is web browsing, watching films, sharing every small detail of thir life that nobody cares about on Twitter or Facebook and not much else.
Why do they need it? Has anyone got a sensible answer rather than just giving me a Fanboy thumbs down. Can you actually get games or programs that require hardcore performance such as meaningful video editing progs, games like Skyrim etc....
I think the Asus TF700 Infinity is the ultimate rival to the ipad 3, it beats it in nearly all head to head challenges and benchmark tests, however being an android device I would like to play with it before I choose between the two. I’m so bored of ios now and there dragging their feet to much, not at all innovative.
latest tech videos
Date 25/07/14 1:51
Tooltip Information:How apples and potatoes can charge your smartphoneVideo by:Description: Microsoft and Carphone Warehouse have teamed up with artist Caleb Charland to wirelessly charge a brand new Lumia 930 smartphone using 800 apples and potatoes.Rating: 4Views: 1072
Date 24/07/14 2:14
Tooltip Information:Sign up for the Techy Tea PartyVideo by:Description: Age UK ambassador June Whitfield has lent her support to EE's Techy Tea Party - which encourages people of all ages to learn basic digital skills.Rating: 4Views: 837
Date 18/07/14 0:58
Tooltip Information:Google contact lens could help diabetes sufferersVideo by:Description: Google is testing a prototype for a smart contact lens built to measure glucose in tears using a wireless chip and miniaturised glucose sensor.Rating: 4Views: 894