Huawei’s MediaPad 10 Link is an Android tablet with a 10 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel display. a 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and up to 32GB of storage.

The Chinese device maker started showing off the tablet in January, and it passed through the FCC website a few weeks later, suggesting that the MediaPad 10 Link could hit US shores one day.

That hasn’t actually happened yet — the only easy way to buy this tablet in the States is to order one from overseas. But maybe the second time’s the charm? This week a second version of the tablet hit the FCC.

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The new model has an FCC ID of QISS10-201L, while the first version had the catchy moniker of QISS10-201WA.

It’s not easy to spot differences between the devices, but I believe the new model sports a cellular radio, while I’m not sure the original did. Both models have 6400mAh batteries according to test reports, which is interesting because the Huawei website says the tablet should have a 6600mAh battery.

The MediaPad 10 Link is Huawei’s mid-range 10 inc tablet. The company also has a model with a 1920 x 1200 pixel display, a 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor, and 2GB of RAM. That model’s called the Huawei MediaPad 10 FHD.

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One reply on “Huawei MediaPad 10 Link arrives at the FCC… again”

  1. The battery discrepancy may be down to nominal vs minimum capacities, which will give slightly different figures for the same unit. Sony (for example) publicise both figures for their phone batteries, which leads to no end of confusion on forums – as well as the odd idiot who reckons the difference explains their battery only lasting a tenth the time of others’ (rather than their living in a mobile reception black hole and playing games all day).

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