After the exposure of Huawei MateBook Pro X in February this year, China launched Huawei MateBook X. It has set foot into three different configurations.
The core i5/ 8GB/ 512GB model is priced at CNY 7,999 (roughly Rs. 86,700), the Core i5/ 16GB/ 512GB model is priced at CNY 8,999 (roughly Rs. 97,500), the Core i7/ 16GB/ 512GB model is priced at CNY 9,999 (roughly Rs. 1 lac). This device is available in four different eye-catching color options including green, grey, silver, and rose gold.
The sale has officially started on 24 August. It has a magnesium-aluminum alloy body but this device is currently unknown for international availability.
Huawei MateBook X Specifications
It is powered by Intel’s 10th generation Processor. The device has a 3:2 aspect ratio which features a 13-inch touch screen with 3,000×2,000 pixels resolution that is 90 percent screen to body ratio. Huawei MateBook X supports up to 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM clocked at 2,133MHz and a 512GB NVMe SSD.
By simply placing the phone on the trackpad, the owners of the Huawei phone can clone with Huawei MateBook X. This feature allows the users to transfer files, edit documents, and also making and receiving calls.
The device weighs over 1Kg and the measurement of the laptop is 284.4 x 206.7 x 13.6 mm. It also covers 100 percent of the sRGB color gamut and it also fitted with fur speakers with two microphones.
Inputs that are available in this device are two USB Type-C ports, a 3.5mm headphone jack, dual-band Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth v5.0. It possesses a delicate monitor pad, a sleeker, and an extra mild weight kind issue. It has also fitted a 42Wh battery and has a webcam that can be hidden.
Before things went out of control, China had already purchased Intel because it’s an American company. The future of the MateBook is not conserved and how long will it last long.