Huawei has just kicked off this year MWC 2018 by announcing the MateBook X Pro with a 13.9″ touchscreen that has a screen to body ratio of 91%, with the colours of Space Gray and Mystic Silver.
With Specs include a Nvidia GeForce MX150 GPU and Intel UHD Graphics 620 GPU, The MateBook X Pro supports the second generation of Dolby Atmos Surround Sound and features a quad speaker with split frequencies, allowing the laptop to take full advantage of Dolby’s next-generation audio.
With a 57.4Wh battery for all day use, which is slated to deliver 15 hours of web browsing, 14 hours of office tasks, or 12 hours of 1080p video playback on a single charge.
Huawei says it is still working with Microsoft to optimize the battery life, so the actual battery performance could turn out even better. The fingerprint sensor in the power button that’s faster than the one on the MateBook X.
Also having Thunderbolt 3 support, which supports up to 4K display and up to GeForce GTX 1080 external graphics card, and fast charging for 6 hours usage in 30 mins charge also a retractable camera under a key between F6 and F7 key.
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The Matebook X Pro comes with three different options but all of them feature the full Intel Core i5 or i7 processor. There are two RAM options 8GB or 16GB as well as two storage options 256GB and 512GB. With a 14.6mm thickness at most, the Huawei is less than a third of a millimetre slimmer than the MacBook, which you won’t even notice.
Despite this, Huawei has managed to squeeze in something that Apple did not: one full-size USB slot, which joins the two other USB-C ports (one of these is Thunderbolt 3 speed compatible; both can be used to charge, so take your pick).
Pricing of the Huawei MateBook X Pro i5/8GB/256GB €1499, i5/8GB/512/gb €1699 or i7/16GB/512GB €1899. With the first wave of markets from Q2 this year for China, US, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Spain, Italy and Nordic.