During Huawei’s Consumer Virtual Launch yesterday, they not only revealed the Mate Xs foldable smartphone, but also a wealth of other devices including a new MatePad Pro and refreshes to its existing MateBook laptop line.
First up, Huawei unveiled the MatePad Pro, a tablet that’s designed for productivity. As Huawei’s premier tablet, the MatePad Pro packs top-of-the-line features such as a 10.8-inch AMOLED display (with thin bezels), a Kirin 990 processor, a stylus, and a detachable keyboard. There will also be MatePad Pro models that support 5G connectivity.
The Huawei MatePad Pro’s price ragnes from EUR 549 to 749 (PHP 30,480-41,580).
Huawei MatePad Pro specs:
- Kirin 990 processor
- Mali-G76 MP16 GPU
- 10.8-inch 2K display
- 6GB/8GB RAM
- 128GB/256GB internal storage
- WiFi, LTE, 5G (5G model only)
- 13MP rear camera
- 8MP front camera
- 7250mAh battery with 40W SuperCharge, 15W wireless charging, 7.5W reverse wireless charging
- Android 10 with EMUI 10
For its revamped MateBook series, Huawei first unveiled the new MateBook X Pro, the highest end model in the brand’s laptop lineup. The new 2020 MateBook X Pro packs a 10th-gen Intel processor, up to an NVIDIA MX250 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and up to 1TB SSD storage. As for its display, the MateBook X Pro has a 3K FullView display.
Aside from the top-end X Pro, Huawei also announced the new MateBook D series, consisting of the MateBook D 14 and D 15. These new MateBook D laptops come with AMD Ryzen 7 processors, an NVIDIA MX250 or AMD Vega 10 GPU, and SSD storage.
The MateBook X Pro’s price ranges from EUR 1499-1999 (around PHP 82,900-110,500). No word yet on pricing for the new MateBook D series though.