At MWC, Huawei brings notebooks instead of mobile phones

February 26, 2018

But it looks awesome.

Even if Huawei didn’t introduce a new smartphone at Mobile World Congress this year, it still managed to get everyone buzzing with its new line of notebooks. Its upcoming MateBook X Pro may raise the eyebrows of Apple users, but its design and functionality is something worth buzzing about.

Huawei’s MateBook X Pro includes a 13.9-inch touchscreen with a 3000-by-2000 pixel resolution and as you have noticed from the images, the bezels are so thin it’s nearly non-existent. Another highlight is the webcam, which Huawei built right inside the keyboard. This should satisfy those concerned with privacy because they now hide the webcam if they are not using it.

Hardware specifications are also decent: your choice of an Intel Core i5 or i7 processors that come with a Nvidia GeForce MX150 GPU. There’s also USB-C ports and a fingerprint scanner – and all of that goodness is packed in an incredibly light 1.33 kg package.

Aside from the MateBook X Pro Huawei has also announced new MediaPad Android tablets, namely the 8-inch M5 and 10.8-inch M5 Pro. These tablets both support 2560-by-1600 pixel displays and run the company’s own Kirin 960 processor. The Android Oreo-based tablets also support the M Pen, a stylus accessory for the tablet that features 4,096 levels of sensitivity.

No word yet on local availability but we will update this new article once the information becomes available.

by Victor
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff.