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Huawei MateBook X Pro uses high-tech LPDDR5-5200 memory
Huawei MateBook X Pro is the new member of the smart notebook world. The powerful device is well-known for flourishing a large display with 3K resolution. Though Huawei has described a lot about the MateBook X Pro while launching it, here is some new information regarding its compelling memory.
According to the latest information, Huawei MateBook X Pro equips the ultimate tech pack memory – LPDDR5-5200. The Low-Power-Double Data Rate (LPDDR) 12th-generation Core is a synchronous dynamic RAM that highly supports new mechanisms.
Consequently, it consumes less power and strengthens the battery to last for a longer duration. On the flip side, it offers higher data bandwidth with multiple parallel data routes and boosts the functioning of the device. Thus, users can operate several tasks at the same time without getting any lag in the performance grade.
So far, Huawei notebooks were relying upon the traditional core processors. Speaking of the other devices, the MateBook 14 and 16s notebook powers the LPDDR4x-3733 and LPDDR5-4800 RAM respectively. However, the CPU was not capable of supporting the full speed of these RAMs.
Finally, Huawei released the MateBook X Pro which uses the tech-pack RAM processor to boost the efficiency of the device and provide the users with the next level of experience.
Huawei MateBook X Pro
MateBook X Pro 2022 sports a 14.2-inch LTPS (Low-Temperature PolySilicon) that offers a 3120 x 2080 pixel resolution. It implies an optical coating on the screen to reduce the light reflection. Further, the device brings a Super Turbo feature to identify app scenarios and perform smart system optimization.
Again, the Turbo function helps in lower power consumption and higher energy efficiency. Notably, MateBook X Pro is the world’s first device to bring AI minutes support on its surface. Besides, the device equips with four microphones and six speakers to enhance smart voice input.