Rumor has it that Huawei is actively working on a laptop, akin to the Microsoft Surface Book. Huawei's hybrid laptop, however, will be able to boot Windows and Android.
Details on hardware specifications are scarce at the moment, but it's believed the laptop will rely on an Intel chipset. According to the source of the information, who also provided the picture you see above, the Huawei laptop hybrid will also feature a stylus.
It's too early to talk about pricing and availability. Xiaomi is ahead of Huawei with its Mi Pad 2 dual OS laptop, so it'll be interesting to see how Huawei will manage to differentiate from its domestic competitor.
Time to put an ARM chipset in a laptop. If an ARM chipset can drive a phablet then why not also a laptop? Whats the difference? If any then the phablet has more pixels than the laptop.
Google didn't like ASUS doing this with their 2-in-1, we'll see what comes of this.