This year earlier Huawei attracted the attention of global media and consumers by releasing the MateBook x Pro which has a screen share of as high as 91% and an hidden camera which previously had not been used by any other technological companies. Today, Huawei has finally launched the MateBook x pro on the domestic market. The MateBook x pro is scheduled to be released on 18th April on the market but is available on major e-commerce platforms.
It is powered by the latest Intel i7-8550U process and it has a memory of 16 GB, 512 GB PClE and it will come with a MX150 discrete graphics. It is equipped with a 13.9 inch screen with a screen ratio of 3:2, the resolution is 3000×2000 with 91% of the ultra high screen ratio. Huawei has hidden the camera on the keyboard and has hidden the 720P camera between the f^ and F7 keys. No other company has done that before, although all have struggled to make their screens bigger and bezel less. They had invented some sort of solution, but they were not perfect.
The Matebook x Pro has a body weight of 1.33 kg and a body thickness of 14.6 mm. Although, Huawei is fairly new in the notebook area but is has excelled in every area and has won approval already. It will be available in silver and grey colours and its starting price is 7,988 yuan in China. Outside China, it will be made available at 1899 euros which is almost equivalent to 14756 yuan. However, Huawei’s domestic sales price is only 12,988 yuan.
Huawei has allowed the prices to be at a lower level in their domestic country than that of foreign countries.