With the biggest MWC 2020 technology fair being canceled due to strong concerns about the coronavirus outbreak, manufacturers had no other option but to host their events separately.
Huawei was one of those brands that had big plans for MWC 2020, but needed to organize an event to showcase its new product line.
Well, as expected, the company launched several devices, in several segments. Without much delay, let's go to the highlights.
We had the launch of the Huawei Mate Xs that arrived as an update to the Mate X that is only being sold in China. With improvements in the screen and the folding mechanism. It is an important point to consider that it will now be marketed in Europe. See details about Mate Xs.
The event also brought Matebook X Pro with a slightly different design from the previous one and new specifications, more updated. Aesthetically, the new version is identical to the previous model, but it comes equipped with generation 10 Intel processors with support for up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.
The Intel Core i7 variants also feature Nvidia MX250 graphics processors. As for the price, MateBook X Pro will be selling from 1,499 euros for the basic model with Core i5, 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage NVMe PCIe SSD.
In addition, the company brought news in the MateBook D line. These notebooks also include Intel generation 10 processors with 14 and 15 inch versions. In addition, they can bring specs that go up to the Intel Core i7, 8 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage in the 14 inch version.
Huawei also presented one of the first 5G tablets at the event, the MatePad Pro 5G, a 10.8-inch tablet with the Kirin 990 5G processor, with versions with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Like its other devices, the tablet also comes without Google services. The company added a dual camera configuration at the rear, while a hole in the upper left corner accommodates the front camera.
The tablet is equipped with a huge 7,250 mAh battery that also supports wireless charging. In addition, the company also offers additional accessories, such as a detachable keyboard and an M-Pencil pen.
For all these reasons, consumers will have to pay 749 euros for the 8GB model of RAM and 256GB storage that will hit the market in April 2020. A limited model with Wi-Fi only will be sold for 549 euros with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The Chinese giant also introduced its AirEngine Wi-Fi 6 line, which features 10 new models of Wi-Fi 6 (AP) access points. These devices help businesses to enter the wireless era.
With these new additions, companies can create fully connected and completely wireless networks for offices and production campuses, achieving high levels of experience in office, production and service.
The main AirEngine 8760 AP offers an air interface data rate of up to 10.75 Gbps, which is twice the industry standard. This AP achieves an air interface data rate of more than 10 Gbps, setting a new benchmark for Wi-Fi 6 products.
The line includes three series of products: AirEngine 8700, AirEngine 6700 and AirEngine 5700, covering an extensive range of indoor and outdoor application scenarios.