A month ago we heard that Huawei was set to launch a follow-up to their MateBook range of Windows 10 laptops soon.
According to popular leaker Evan Blass, Huawei’s upcoming Windows 10 devices were the new MateBook D, MateBook 3, and MateBook X.
The MateBook X, codenamed “Pascal” is believed to have an Intel Core i5 CPU, and come with 8GB of RAM. The MateBook E, codenamed “Bell” will sport an Intel Core M processor, and it will be an upgrade to the company’s first-gen MateBook device which packs a similar 2-in-1 design.
At the time we did not know when these devices would be announced, but now Huawei CEO, Yu Chengdong officially announces Huawei MateBook 2017 will be launch globally in Berlin, Germany on May 23.
The devices are the typical Surface Pro and MacBook Pro clones, but should still make attractive and powerful devices available to those who can not afford the more premium devices.
Keep an eye on MSPoweruser.com for the latest on these new devices.