Huawei to reportedly launch two high-end MateBook devices powered by Windows 10 next year


Huawei launched its MateBook device powered by Windows 10 earlier this year. The company’s MateBook is very similar to Microsoft’s Surface and boasts some decent specs. Today, a new report claims that Huawei is working on two new Windows 10 devices for its MateBook line for next year. The company’s upcoming MateBook devices will reportedly include Intel’s latest processors — presumably the Kaby Lake processors. In addition to this, one of the upcoming MateBooks will come in at 13.3-inch while the other will be slightly bigger with a 15.6-inch display.

According to the report, the upcoming MateBook devices will be “mainly targeting the Chinese market”. At the moment, there aren’t any other details available on the upcoming MateBook devices, including things like the price or any other specs.

Huawei is planning to launch the devices in the first quarter of 2017, in case you’re wondering.

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