Huawei MWC 2019 (Mobile World Congress) announcements cement this company as a key smartphone, 5G and PC player.
GadgetGuy Thomas Bartlett is over at MWC as a guest of OPPO and Huawei and has covered the foldable ‘preview’ here, and it looks fabulous along with its patented fold flat Falcon Wing Mechanical Hinge.
we are also interested in its Windows 10 notebooks.
Our recent review of the 13.9-inch MateBook X Pro stated it was close to perfection scoring 4.8-out-of-5. Well, Huawei has listened, and there is now an updated version of the MateBook X Pro. Changes include a later Intel Core processor, Nvidia GeForce MX250GPU and 40Gbps Thunderbolt 3 – that may earn it 4.9 points – we don’t want any manufacturer getting too cocky!
It is time another manufacturer breathed some more
innovation in the Windows notebook field. Not knocking HP’s scantily leather-clad Spectre, or ASUS’s spun ZenBooks
or Yoga’s funky bendable…
No Huawei’s offerings are for mainstream consumers – Joe and
Jane Average that want rock-solid
construction, longevity and value.
The main differentiator is these also have FullView 3:2
ratio, 2160 x 1440, displays – almost no bezels that allow a larger screen in a smaller, lighter notebook. We will
advise you of the specifications, price and availability when we have more.
But to do that it needs a great modem and Huawei’s Balong 5G modem fits that bill nicely.
The Huawei 5G CPE (Customer Premise Equipment) Pro supports
both 4G and 5G wireless connections. It has set a new benchmark for home CPEs
on a 5G network: a 1GB HD video clip can download
within three seconds, and 8K video can be streamed smoothly without lag.
The Huawei 5G CPE Pro is also
for small and medium-sized enterprises for super-fast broadband access.
Huawei claims it is the only manufacturer with a full range of end-to-end 5G product, covering
chipsets, edge and cloud services.