HUAWEI MatePad SE WiFi 4GB+64GB Now Available in Physical Stores!

HUAWEI MatePad SE Wi-Fi variant

Contents (maximize to view)

March is shaping up to be a exciting month for HUAWEI fans and gadget lovers in general as the previously online-exclusive Wi-Fi (4GB + 64GB) version of the Huawei MatePad SE is now available for offline purchase in the Philippines.

This tablet boasts reliable connectivity to any local network, ensuring a smooth streaming experience even when multiple users are connected, or when signal strength is low. The MatePad SE Wi-Fi version provides an ideal entertainment experience for the whole family, whether for watching the latest movies or playing your favorite games.

HUAWEI MatePad SE: A Well-Rounded Device for Entertainment and Productivity

At PHP 9,999, the MatePad SE offers a well-rounded set of features that make it the perfect companion for any occasion. The 10.4-inch 2K Eye Comfort HUAWEI FullView Display is perfect for online shopping, using social media, and watching videos. Its expandable tray allows you to download your favorite videos without worrying about storage space, giving you ample room to store all your favorite content.

It’s powered by the 6nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor, allowing for seamless multitasking, letting you switch between your favorite apps without any lag. Whether you’re playing games or streaming videos, the MatePad SE can handle it all with ease.

As an added bonus, the MatePad SE Wi-Fi version comes with a free 3-month subscription (worth PHP 349) to Viu Premium, so you can binge-watch your favorite shows without interruption.

For families with children, HUAWEI MatePad SE is the perfect learning companion, offering access to online classes and educational materials, and a great device for watching cartoons and other kid-friendly content, making it a versatile gadget that everyone in the family can enjoy.

You may check out more details about MatePad SE WiFi variant by clicking here.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

Related Articles

msi mag ad gp
Gadget Pilipinas (1)


Show next
Gadget Pilipinas | Tech News, Reviews, Benchmarks and Build Guides
Compare items
  • Total (0)