And with an extremely loud and very red video ... It looks like a red P9.
Oooh also a blue P9! Sleek.
Still shiny and metallic. But subtle blue and a very loud red.
And now a final drop at the end: the Huawei MediaPad M3.
A good successor to the M2.
8.4", metal build, Kirin 950 processor, dual speakers.
2K display. Full metal body.
(Some quick pics of the new P9 colors)
And now a very interesting thing ... a tie-in with Harman/Kardon on the MediaPad speakers and headphone output.
Talking about Hi-Fi output on the headphones, and the dual speaker arrangement giving you even better sound.
Harman/Kardon obviously has a huge legacy of audio expertise.
You get Harman/Kardon audio in some of the nicest cars in the world. And the best speakers around. And now you get some of that experience with Huawei devices.
of course AKG is a sub-brand of Karmon/Kardon — and we're going to be getting AKG headphones inside the box with the MediaPad.
Just like the Leica co-branding on Huawei phones, HK is going to be a top-level branding effort.
And they wrap up the HK segment with "lots more to come from us"
Here's a breakdown of the M3 specs and features:
And a little promo video, of course, that's heavy on the bass.
The MediaPad M3 is looking really good, though. Nice size, nice screen.
Now Richard Yu is back on stage to talk pricing and availability.
Huawei Nova Plus: 429 euro
both for the base 3GB RAM + 32GB storage models
And the new Huawei P9 in blue and red: Same 549 euro price for 3GB + 32GB
Nova and Nova Plus will be available this month.
Huawei MediaPad M3: 349 to 449 euro
ranging between 4GB RAM + 32GB storage + Wi-Fi only up to 4GB + 64GB + LTE
And with that, mic drop — we're done here!
Thanks for keeping up with us and putting up with our lack of consistent connectivity!