The Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue which is awaited for a near launch has been leaked prior to its unveiling. With the advent of the Android tablets in the global tablet market, Huawei is hoping on to the Android bandwagon with its new MediaPad 7 Vogue Android Jelly Bean tablet. The tablet is reported to be available in two versions. According to the recently leaked information the MediaPad 7 Vogue will be powered by either a 1.2GHz quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processor or a 1.5GHZ ARM Cortex A9 processor, while it is still a mystery as to why these two similar processors are being considered for the same tablet. The tablet will sport a 7-inch display with a 1,024 x 600 resolution, Wi-Fi HDMI support, DLNA and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The leaked DLNA screenshots suggest that apart from the tablet being available in two versions it will also have three sub-models. It might sound a bit confusing at present, but Huawei’s official announcement will definitely provide a clearer picture. This new tablet which is the successor to the MediaPad Lite was first leaked on Twitter via DLNA and the notorious evleaks. The leaked certification is dated 22nd February, 2013, which may mean that the device will see a launch very soon. However, the leaked information might not carry any authenticity after all, as there is no official announcement from Huawei. The leaked information also doesn’t mention any release date or the probable price for the MediaPad 7 Vogue tablet. As of now, no further details are available on the tablet. However, the leaked image and product specifications seem to be very capable. Nonetheless, Huawei will unleash its MediaPad 7 tablet in a market that is crowded by 7 inch tablets. But if the device is very competitively priced then it can find itself a prominent position.