It's been a very busy day for Huawei today, but aside from the Honor 6A, some Honor tablets, and a new sports band, it's also found time to introduce a trio of new Windows 10 devices at a special event in Berlin.
The Huawei MateBook E is the successor to the original MateBook 2-in-1. This comes with a 12-inch 2,160x1,440 IPS touchscreen, 4 or 8GB of LPDDR3 RAM, and 128, 256, or 512GB of storage (on SSD). To power it you get a choice of 7th Generation Intel Core m3 or i5 processors (both Y-series), along with Intel HD615 graphics. It's kept running by a 4,430 mAh battery which should provide up to 9 hours of battery life.Huawei MateBook E
The MateBook E will be offered in Titanium Grey and Champagne Gold, starting at 999€ and going up to 1,299€. It comes with a revamped folio keyboard and weighs 640g without it and 1.1 kg with it.
The MateBook X is essentially Huawei's own interpretation of Apple's MacBook. The MateBook X bears a striking resemblance to that device, but improves upon it in a lot of aspects. First off, the display. The X has a 13-inch 2,160x1,440 IPS panel, with incredibly thin bezels. In fact, it has an 88% screen-to-body ratio.Huawei MateBook X
It's fanless and ships with a 41.4 Wh battery that's apparently good for up to 10 hours of use on one charge. You can configure the MateBook X with a 7th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 (both U-series and with Intel HD620 graphics), 4 or 8GB of LPDDR3 RAM, and a 256 or 512GB SSD.
The X weighs just 1.05kg and is 12.5mm thick. It will start at 1,399€ and go up to 1,699€. Color options are Prestige Gold, Rose Gold, and Space Grey.
Finally, the MateBook D is a more traditional laptop with a 15.6" 1080p screen, i5 or i7 CPU, optional Nvidia graphics, 4/8/16GB of RAM, a 128 or 256GB SSD or a 512GB or 1TB HDD, and a 1.9kg footprint. It will start at 799€ and go up to 999€ depending on which configuration you pick. It will be out in Champagne Gold, Space Grey, and Aurora Blue.
Oppo and Vivo are bulls...T......
Oppp and Vivo much higher quality (and more expensive) you just never see them outside China. For example people outside China only know OnePlus which is basically the budget affiliate of Oppo...
At least they run a proper OS, not android