Huawei’s MateBook Series is a range of the company’s premium laptops with high performance. These can be purchase eighter from the Huawei stores or from the e-commerce platform such as Huawei Mall.
These new models will come with Ryzen 5000 series processors for improved overall system performance.
Ryzen 5000 Series Chipset:
This time, the company used the 7nm R5 5500U processor founded on Zen2 chip architecture. It has 6 cores and 12 threads to assures the system’s performance.
On the other hand, the 7nm R7 5700U chip module works the same as the R5 SoC but it has 8-core and 16 threads. It delivers high-stream performance in comparison to R5.
Huawei MateBook D 2021 Series:
Both models have the same specifications as previous models except the processor. It is available in two screen sizes of 14 and 15 inches with 16GB+512GB memory capacity.
- It’ll cost 4,599 Yuan for R5 5500U SoC equipped variant
- It’ll cost 5,099 Yuan for R7 5700U SoC equipped variant
- It’ll cost 4,699 Yuan for R5 5500U SoC equipped variant
- It’ll cost 5,199 Yuan for R7 5700U SoC equipped variant
- Both the models will available for purchase from June 1st
Huawei L420 notebook to launch at price of 3299 Yuan (515 USD)
Huawei’s upcoming notebook Huawei L420 has appeared on an e-commerce system – Xianyu at a price of 3299 Yuan, reported by Chinese media. Recently, it was also reported that Qingyun L420 will equip with a 5nm Kirin 9006C chipset.
Huawei Quingyun L420 features a 14-inch display with 2140 x 1440 resolution, 3:2 screen-body ratio, 8GB of LPDDR5 memory, along with 256/512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. It measures 15.9 mm thick along with a weight of 1.45kg.
Editor’s Pick: Huawei L420 notebook to equip 5nm Kirin chipset
This forthcoming laptop with a 5nm Kirin 9006C processor with 8-core specification, maximum check up to 3.13GHz, and the graphics card is a Kirin integrated graphics card. The memory of this notebook is Hynix 8GB LPDDR4-4266 memory, the hard disk is Samsung 256GB, and the system is Kirin desktop operating system V10.
In terms of connectivity, it supports 160MHz WiFi 6 network connectivity. It also offers input-output ports for HDMI, min RJ45 network port, 2 USB-A slots, and a headset interface along with a full-featured USB C.
Back in May, Huawei launched its first-ever mobile chipset-powered laptop, Huawei Qingyun L410, which is very similar to Huawei MateBook 14 with replaced HiSilicon Kirin 990 chip instead of AMD or Intel processor.
Huawei Qingun L410 laptop sports 14-inch 2k resolution display, 8GB+512GB memory storage combination, and UOS 2.0 operating system. It
has a better keyboard with a hidden camera under the function key, there’s also a powerful fingerprint sensor above the power key. To be mentioned it also has s separate security chip for data protection.
More interestingly, Huawei will likely upgrade this laptop with HarmonyOS operating system in the future, once it supports the PC platform.
Huawei L420 notebook to equip 5nm Kirin chipset
Huawei has already launched a bunch of smart notebook series that comes with various capabilities and unique design aspects. By taking this initiative forward and bringing more uniqueness to its entire notebook series, Huawei may soon unveil its next notebook featuring a 5nm (nanometer) Kirin chipset.
According to a leaked poster, the next Huawei notebook – Qingyun L420 will equip with a 5nm Kirin 9006C chipset with octa-core specifications and a maximum clock rate of 3.13GHz. This notebook has an integrated graphics card, equipped with 8GB of LPDDR5 memory, along with 256/512GB of UFS 3.1 storage, as it supports 160MHz WiFi 6 network connectivity.
Huawei Quingyun L420 chipset brings a 14-ich display that has 2140 x 1440 resolution, 3:2 aspect ratio and it’s 15.9 mm thick along with a weight of 1.45kg. On the other hand, you’ll get input-output ports for HDMI, min RJ45 network port, 2 USB-A slots, and a headset interface along with a full-featured USB C.
In terms of a software system, the Huawei Qingyun L420 features KOS, or it could give you the option to select from UOS.
The previously launched Quingyun L410 chip was launched with Kirin 990 chipset and features a 14-inch 2k resolution display, featuring a Chinese Unified Operating system AKA UOS and for government and enterprise users.
The latest version of this laptop will bring more power and processing capability for the consumers. However, on the other hand, there’s no official available on the launch of this notebook from the official’s end.
(source – ithome)
Honor Pad X6 gets December 2021 security update
On the other hand, Huawei has recently published the December 2021 EMUI security patch details for smartphones and tablets running on the EMUI software systems. The Chinese tech maker will soon roll out this security update for its devices.
A few days ago, Huawei has sent the first December 2021 HarmonyOS security update is rolling out for Huawei Enjoy 2 tablet along with display optimizations. And now, the same update making its way to Honor Pad X6. More information about the new version and changelog is mentioned below.
Models getting update:
- Honor Pad X6 AGR-AL09HN
- Honor Pad X6 AGR-W09HN
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Honor Pad X6 Software update details:
- Honor Pad X6 users grabbing HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206 upgraded from 220.127.116.11
- Display: Optimized part of the interface display effect
- Security: Incorporate the December 2021 security patch to enhance system security
- This update needs to reserve 10GB of data space. The installation package will be automatically deleted after the update and does not occupy storage space.
- HarmonyOS version and size may vary.
- Maintain enough battery and storage on your device.
HOW TO INSTALL:
To download this update manually, go to Settings then System & updates, then open Software update, from here select Check for updates. If an update is available it’ll pop up on your phone and an option of Download and install will appear. Press the option and start to download.
Alternatively, you can also request software updates through the My Huawei app. To do this, open the My Huawei app, tap on the update, then select Check for updates, and then download and install.