And you thought holding a Galaxy Note II to your ear made you look like a tool. Meet the Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue, a tablet from a company that is clearly in touch with the needs of the common man.
No word on pricing or availability, but the tablet’s recent spotting in the FCC’s database suggests that Huawei is expecting to sell this to douche nozzles abroad.
SlashGear has the rest of the details if you must know the screen resolution or clock speed of the SoC.
All jokes aside, Huawei shouldn’t be dismissed as an also-ran out of China. Despite leaving the U.S. market over government scrutiny, the company is quickly becoming a global force in telecommunications. The company is a leader in its home of China, and was the third best-selling smartphone vendor worldwide at the end of 2012. Still, there isn’t anybody on earth that’s going to want to hold a tablet to their ear.