The Huawei MediaPad M5 lite 10 has a 10.1″ screen, the matrix is IPS, the display resolution is 1920×1200 pixels (density about 224 ppi) and the aspect ratio is 16:10. The display is calibrated well: the colors are natural, the temperature is not filled up with cold or warm shades. Viewing angles are excellent, but with extreme deviations, you can see that the black color is not deep enough. That’s not critical, since the other colors are not distorted in any way. The display resolution for such a diagonal is not very high, and small elements on such a screen are also not very clear. But the tablet supports Huawei ClariVu technology, which increases the brightness, contrast, and sharpness of the image. The maximum brightness level is high enough so that the display remains legible outdoors, but not on the brightest day, and the minimum is comfortable for reading in the dark. The tablet uses the platform familiar with other products of the manufacturer, like its own proprietary HiSilicon Kirin 659 processor and Mali-T830 MP2 graphic chip. Let me remind you that the same chip is installed in Huawei P Smart, Mate 10 Lite, Nova 2, and P20 Lite. Kirin 659 is the 16-nm processor, which consists of eight Cortex-A53 cores: four cores work with a maximum clock frequency of 2.36 GHz and four more at 1.7 GHz. In terms of the performance of such hardware, everything is the same as in smartphones: average results in synthetic tests and quite comfortable work of the system and applications. MediaPad M5 lite 10 offers 3 GB  of RAM, and it is enough to hold several applications running simultaneously and switch between them without restarting, but when all these applications hang in the RAM, the tablet starts to slow down and the animations become much less smooth than when nothing is open in the launched menu. In general, there are nuances with multitasking and in order not to lose in the smoothness of work, it is necessary to close unnecessary programs. The main camera of Huawei MediaPad M5 lite 10 is an 8-megapixel module, f/2.0 aperture, with autofocus. The characteristics of the front camera are the same as the main one – 8 MP (f/2.0). The camera is also unpretentious, but enough for tasks like video calls. The fingerprint scanner is located on the front panel. There are no complaints about its work at all – it’s very fast and accurate. In short, the scanner, as always with Huawei, is wonderful. It can also replace the on-screen navigation buttons, and despite the fact that using it in this way on the tablet is not very comfortable (this method of navigation is more convenient on the smartphone), all actions are recognized correctly. A short touch means go back, hold it to get to the desktop, and swipe left or right to open the multitasking menu. In addition to the scanner, you can use the unlock via face recognition – this is also a very convenient method. It works well with a sufficient level of illumination, it is impossible to deceive with a  photograph because the depth of the image is measured.