1. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    With the launch of the X2, we get a 7" phone. 2 different versions one with 16 GB internal and 2 GB RAM, and 32 Gb internal and 3 GB RAM.

    However, that is one large device. Wouldn't be so bad for a tablet, but a phone; honestly I am not so sure about this. But, it is thinking outside the box, and probably geared toward other markets where a large device like this really sells.

    More info: Hands-on with the Huawei MediaPad X2 | Android Central
    03-01-2015 06:17 PM
  2. Bob Powers's Avatar
    I would love to try one of these out. been calling Huawei USA customer support for almost a year now to see if they will bring it stateside. salesman said he would relay the message to his higher ups. I'm still waiting.

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    03-27-2015 01:17 AM
  3. Everm21's Avatar
    This is what they wrote to me

    Dear*Customer,

    * Thank*you*for*contacting*Huawei*device.

    **This is Huawei media pad x2 network rate

    Model: GEM-701L

    GSM: band 2/3/5/8

    UMTS: band 1/2/5/8

    LTE-TDD: band 38/40

    LTE-FDD: band 1/3/7/20

    Wi-Fi: 2.4 GHz/5GHz


    Model: GEM-702L

    GSM: band 2/3/5/8

    UMTS: band 1/2/5/8

    TD-SCDMA: band 34/39

    LTE-TDD: band 38/39/40/41

    LTE-FDD: band 1/3/7/8/28

    Wi-Fi: 2.4 GHz/5GHz


    Model: GEM-703L

    GSM: band 2/3/5/8

    UMTS: band 1/2/5/8

    TD-SCDMA: band 34/39

    LTE-TDD: band 38/39/40/41

    LTE-FDD: band 1/3/7

    Wi-Fi: 2.4 GHz/5GHz

    **If your local telecom operators's ( Sprint network )network rate include*our media pad network rate,it can be used theoretically.Generally speaking you told them our device connectivity*data,then ask them support or not.

    * If*you*have*any*question*i

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    05-19-2015 01:31 PM
  4. bambulko's Avatar
    I have the Mediapad X1, and it's a great device. The X2 is an improved version, but I don't see any groundbreaking advantages over the X1.
    05-31-2015 08:02 AM
  5. VillaRegina's Avatar
    The Huawei company gave you specs for 3 separate models. They each have different specs. Where do you find the model specified anywhere when they are being sold? I haven't noticed that! And I am looking for a USA cell provider that would support the most of these specs to get the optimal performance out of the phone. Can anyone tell me which provider paired with which Model # is the best for the USA? I guess I would buy from ebay where you can at least Message the seller to ask what Model # they are selling...

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    08-29-2015 11:24 AM

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