Huawei Desktop Computer appears on the website, comes with 24-core processor
Recently, Huawei has released some information and showcased a render of its Computer desktop on the official Huawei Developer Website (China). The Huawei desktop is named Qingyun W510, manufactured by Foxconn and designed for government and corporate customers.
The rendering shows the full Desktop setup including a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and CPU machine. The display is reportedly has a size of 23.8-inches, 70% NTSC color gamut, and FullHD resolution (1920 x 1080).
According to the images, the Huawei CPU looks very simple and made of all metal. The front and backside of the desktop case are full of heat dissipation room to manage the head-related issue.
The front side equips 3 USB-A and 1 USB-C port as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. On the backside, it has 4 USB-A ports, an Ethernet port, and a VGA port. Additionally, there are also other openings.
The Huawei desktop specs include a 24-core Kunpeng 920 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of Samsung SSD with a fingerprint embedded power button on the front. From the software side, the machine runs a customized version of Deepin Linux and has AMD 520 graphics.
Huawei also mentioned on its website that the company has launched an ecological plan to expand and improve the application ecosystem of the Desktop devices for office, design, and learning sectors.
Currently, there’s no launch date confirmed for this Computer but it may list by the end of this year.