One of the many, many new Android devices at the Mobile World Congress event comes via Huawei, which is showing off a 10" update of its 7" MediaPad tablet.
The bigger tablet features an HD IPS display running at 1920x1200 resolution, plus what appears to be a completely unskinned version of Android 4.0 onboard as the OS. Events are believed to be powered by Huawei's own K3V2 quad-core processor, the same unit as found within its exciting looking Ascend D Quad mobile.
It's also loaded with front and rear cameras (5megapixel and 1.3megapixel). Not much more is known about the company's latest tablet, but we like the facts as they stand right now. [PC World]