On Monday, Huawei unveiled its latest flagship tablet, the MatePad Pro 13.2, which is touted as the world’s thinnest and lightest tablet. It weighs 580 grams and measures 5.5mm in thickness. The tablet features an edge-to-edge screen design, covering almost the entire front of the device. It boasts a 13.2-inch flexible OLED display with a resolution of 2.8K and a refresh rate of 144Hz. Powering the Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 is the self-developed Kirin 9000s chipset, the same one found in the Mate 60 series smartphones. Under the hood, this device packs a built-in 10,100 mAh battery and supports 88W fast charging technology. According to Huawei, it can reach an 85% charge in just 40 minutes and achieve a full charge in 65 minutes. The highest storage variant, 16GB+1TB, is priced at RMB 6,999 ($958). [IThome, in Chinese]