Huawei MatePad 11 global users gets HarmonyOS 3 update
Today, Huawei announced its next-generation tablet, MatePad 11 2023, and the TUV Rheinland soft screen version design of the upcoming tablet. Huawei MatePad 11-inch 2023 soft-screen tablet has passed TUV Rheinland’s non-reflective certification.
The TUV Rheinland non-reflective standard defines the ambient light conditions of display products and defines the comprehensive anti-reflection capabilities of display products.
These include screen surface optimizations, ambient light management, and interference reflection. Products that meet this standard can protect consumers from the influence of ambient light when used indoors, effectively improving the user experience.
Coming to the design, Huawei MatePad 11 2023 screen version comes with a small camera bump on the top right corner of the rear side. Also, the front side is quite identical to the MatePad 11 2022. The tablet has matt-like sakura pink color, which is looking awesome.
With this, the Huawei MatePad 11-inch 2023 soft screen version has successfully become the world’s first tablet to pass the SGS low visual fatigue gold standard certification.
SGS Low Visual Fatigue Gold Standard Certification is currently used to assess the level of visual fatigue. It is jointly developed and launched by SGS, the Human Factors and Intelligent Interaction Research Center of the China National Institute of Standardization. It combines subjective human experience and objective optical specs.
Huawei MatePad 11 2023:
Huawei MatePad 11 2023 brings a new paper-sensitive soft screen, which can eliminate 97% of experiences of disturbing light.
It is speculated that Huawei MatePad 11-inch 2023 models will also be equipped with Huawei Notes, which was supported by the Huawei MatePad Pro series. It will also bring an exclusive WPS Office app and more.
This tablet has an upgraded paper-sensitive screen, which is non-reflective under direct connection with light glare. With that change, the tablet is still able to show clear on screen content.
Past information reveals that the so-called paper-sensitive screen uses nano-scale etching technology on the hardware.
This technology forms hundreds of millions of fine texture structures on the surface of the mirror glass to make a strong mirror reflection. Then it is converted into soft diffuse reflection, which reduces the interference of external light on the mirror display, and can achieve long-lasting anti-glare, so as to achieve eye health.