PC & Tablets
Upcoming Huawei MateBook 16 notebook passes 3C certification with 135W power supply
Since 2020, Huawei’s consumer business is facing difficulties, but the Chinese manufacturing firm still declines to give up and trying hard to recover by preparing to launch new products in the coming days.
In this regard, the news and leaks of the upcoming Huawei MateBook 16, which is rumored to launch somewhere around May this year are circulating online. This product sports a 16-inch and 3:2 high-resolution display with AMD Ryzen 5000 chipset.
Now, a well-known Weibo tipster- Uncle Mountain discloses that the Huawei forthcoming device passes China Compulsory 3C quality certificate for the second time and identifies to support 135W power supply.
This laptop with the code name CREM-WFD9 will come with a 20V and 6.75A charging adapter. It seems like CRE, which is established by Wingtech for Huawei’s foundry is Curie takes after the name of Madame Curie.
Previously it received the 3C certification at the starting of February 2021, but this time it’s also exposed that this device will adopt standard voltage processors like R7 5800H including the graphics cards GTX 1650/RTX 3050.
Apart from this, Huawei’s latest TWS FreeBuds 4i has been made a grand entry in Canada with the price of $138.99. The company is also promoting this wearable in the ongoing offer from April 29 to May 9. (Read More)