Huawei Upgrades MateBook X Pro With 10th Gen Intel CPUs

February 25, 2020 Off By Web Desk

Huawei’s recent press event saw the launch of the company’s newest foldable phone, the Mate XS and also hosted several other key announcements. One of these announcements was for Huawei’s flagship laptop series, the MateBook X Pro and the new budget lineup, MateBook D that was unveiled in China earlier.

MateBook X Pro 2020

The new MateBook X Pro laptops feature the same slim and lightweight design as before but comes with improved internals and a new green color option alongside the Space Grey and Mystic Silver models we’ve seen before.

The screen is a 13.9 inch IPS panel with razor thin bezels all around. It can go up to a max brightness of 450 nits, has a 1500:1 contrast ratio, and 3000 x 2000px screen resolution.

The laptops feature Intel’s 10th generation Comet Lake CPUs with both, Core i7 and i5 options. These processors include four hyperthreaded cores with a base clock of 1.8 GHz and a boost clock going up to 4.9 GHz. It’s GPU is the Nvidia GeForce MX250 with 2GB GDDR5 VRAM. The memory configuration on it is 16GB/1TB.

Huawei says that the MateBook X Pro 2020 will be launched in April with a starting price of $1628.

The MateBook D 14 and 15 budget laptops have also been announced for the international market. As the name suggests, these laptops come with 14? and 15? displays with FHD+ resolution.

Users can choose between Core i7/i5 options or go for the Ryzen 5 3500U CPU instead. The Core i7/i5 variants are equipped with Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPUs, whereas the Ryzen CPU models feature Radeon Vega 8 graphics. The 14 inch model has 512GB SSD and the 15 inch variant also includes additional HDD storage. Both versions come with 8GB RAM.

The Ryzen variant for the MateBook D 14 will start at $759, whereas the Intel CPU variants will be available for $1030 since they also have Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPUs. The MateBook D15 with the AMD CPU will cost $750 and the Intel models will be priced at $1030.

Source: Pro Pakistani