After the U.S. sanctions in May 2019, Huawei MateBook laptops remained under major concern to lose partnership for Windows operating system. Later on, Microsoft got a license from the U.S. to supply the software for Huawei notebooks.
Since then, several Huawei notebooks have been launched with Windows 10 software. However, this year, Microsoft has launched a new version of Windows – Windows 11.
Windows 11 comes with various new upgrades over Windows 10, including the new user interface, round UI corners, better animations as well as the center-placed start menu.
Today, Huawei has officially confirmed that the company will fully support Windows 11 on its MateBook series laptops. This news is quite interesting and comes in reply to a MateBook owner.
Free Windows 11 Upgrade:
Huawei has also started a notification for the Huawei MateBok laptop users (pre-installed Windows 10) on the official website, which reads “Free upgrade to Windows 11”. The announcement made by the company is really appreciatable and will further enhance the trust of the consumers in the brand.
However, Windows 11 upgrade rollout plan is being finalized and is scheduled to begin in late 2021 and continue towards 2022.
Huawei MateBook notebooks come into three series – X series, MateBook series, and D series. There’s also a commercial business notebook MateBook B series.
The latest edition of the MateBook Consumer version is the MateBook X Pro. This notebook is equipped with a 13.9-inch full view display, 91% screen to body ratio, with a 3K resolution and a 3:2 ratio for maximum viewing experience.
Consumers can purchase the NoteBook X Pro with Intel i5-1135G7, the i7-1165G7 processor. The RAM and storage combination includes 8GB, 16GB with NVMe solid-state hard disk capacity between 512GB and 1TB.