Last year, Huawei introduced its very first Windows 10 tablet with the Huawei MateBook, and it seems like the Chinese company is gearing up to expand the series even more. If recent leaks and rumours are to be believed, we could be looking at three new Windows machines from Huawei this year.
According to Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), there will be three new upcoming MateBook products: they are codenamed Bell, Pascal, and Watt. Apparently, these three devices will be named the MateBook E, D, and X. The MateBook E is supposedly the successor to the first MateBook, while the other two appear to be laptops.
Source: Evan Blass
As far as specifications go, however, only the MateBook X has its hardware detailed on Geekbench. Based on the benchmark results, the MateBook X is shown to be packing an Intel Core i5-7200U processor along with 8GB of RAM; the Windows 10 machine is said to be a 15-inch laptop too.
Huawei MateBook "Pascal" aka PL-Wxx w/ Intel Core i5-7200U, 8GB RAM and Windows 10 seen at GeekBench (15in laptop): https://t.co/i7e9AIw3qt pic.twitter.com/WxhUgrYrgs
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) April 3, 2017
Although it’s wise to practice some caution when it comes to leaked information, Blass is usually accurate with his information. Nonetheless, it’s likely we’ll learn more about Huawei’s new MateBook products in the near future; they may just be unveiled on 23 May 2017.
(Source: Windows Central)
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