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Huawei to launch larger MateBook laptops this July

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Huawei will launch its new MateBook laptops on July 27. Expect larger screens, newer processors, and an expanded Huawei smart-ecosystem Super Device technology.

While there aren’t many details yet, we think Huawei is talking about the new big-screened laptops they unveiled in other markets last June. We’re alluding to the MateBook 16s and the MateBook D16.

These new laptops veered away from the usual sizes, this time offering huge 16-inch displays, a metal unibody design, and, of course, equally large processors and internal specifications to match their looks. Specifications may vary from market to market, but it won’t be too far off from the details that are already out there.

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Both laptops will come with 16-inch displays. The higher-end MateBook 16s will have a 2520 x 1680 resolution panel with a pixel density of 189ppi. It will also come with a 12th Gen Intel Core H Series up to i9-1200H, Xe Graphics, 16GB RAM, up to 1TB SSD, and an 84WH battery.

Meanwhile, the MateBook D16 will have a 1920 x 1200 resolution panel with a pixel density of 141ppi. This one is going to have a 12th Gen Intel Core H Series up to i7-12700H with an Iris X graphics, up to 12GB RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 60Wh battery.

Bigger still is the introduction of Huawei’s Super Device technology, which looks to integrate the upcoming MateBooks with a whole stack of Huawei Smart Office gadgets.

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From a brand that has always strived for excellence and value, these upcoming MateBook laptops may be Huawei’s knockout tour de force of 2022. Stay tuned for the official announcement.

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