huawei matebook MWC2019

Huawei logo on a MateBook. Photo: Flickr/Maurizio Pesce

Watch: Huawei announces latest MateBook devices at #MWC2019 [video]

Huawei expands its notebook offerings, creating high-performance offerings with improved communication between connected devices.

huawei matebook MWC2019

Huawei logo on a MateBook. Photo: Flickr/Maurizio Pesce

Huawei, the world-renowned Chinese hardware giant, has announced three new notebooks amongst a range of new products at Mobile World Congress 2019, or MWC2019 for short.

Huawei builds out its ecosystem, which currently has significant market share in the wearable and mobile markets and upping their game in the Notebook space. They are providing more focused offerings for various types of users and focusing on new ways of sharing information seamlessly between devices.

Huawei Share 3.0

Huawei is offering a smarter way for their devices to communicate with each other: Huawei Share 3.0, which features OneHop and Clipboard Sharing to enable quick and easy smartphone-to-PC cross-platform smart interconnectivity. Richard Yu, Chief Executive of Huawei CBG explains:

“With the advent of the all-scenario era, consumers are increasingly looking forward to revolutionary experiences. To support the hyperconnected 5G period, Huawei Consumer BG remains committed to the all-scenario smart ecosystem strategy. We will spare no effort to drive pervasive connectivity to individuals, office and homes, and create a world-leading 5G all-scenario smart living experience that is unlike anything that has come before”.

New flagship devices

The company announced an updated Huawei MateBook X Pro and the new mainstream PC notebooks Huawei MateBook 13 and Huawei MateBook 14.

The updated flagship Huawei MateBook X Pro will come with a 13.9-inch 3k Ultra FullView display, an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 8565 processor and NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU with 2GB GDDR5 and a Dolby Atmos Sound System.

The MateBook 14 and 13 are aimed at younger demographic students with their high spec displays and interconnectivity.

The MateBook 14 with its 14-inch display will come with up to the 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8565U and the NVIDIA GeForce MX250 while the 13-inch MateBook 13 will feature up to the 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8565U processor and the NVIDIA GeForce MX150 GPU.

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Watch: Huawei’s global launch of five new products (full)

Skip to the 49-min mark to see CEO Richard Yu announcing new releases.

[H/t The Verge]

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