According to Chang Jun Digital News Network, a brand new Huawei MateBook with the model number EUL-W19 has recently leaked out online. It’s going to have a 40W charging standard, and is expected to be equipped with an ARM processor.
Huawei released the Huawei MateBook E 2-in-1 device last year, equipped with a Snapdragon Qualcomm 850, equipped with 8GB of memory and 256GB SSD. The screen size came in at a small 12-inches, with a 3:2 display ratio and a 2K resolution. Considering how ARM-laptops aren’t the norm, it was received quite well.
This year, Huawei may once again launch the Arm processor 2-in-1 device to enrich its notebook product line, and we’re expecting it to be successor to last year’s model. It’s interesting to see more ARM-powered Windows devices hit the market, and we hope there are more in the works.
The MateBook E costed 3,999 Yuan ($577) for the 256GB model or 4,999 Yuan ($710) for the one with 512GB of storage (both have 8GB of RAM). We’re hoping they manage to cut down the prices a little for this year, as that would make them a lot more accessible for most people.
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