Huawei has scheduled its fall launch event for the Mate 50 series smartphones and other new products on September 6. On September 1, Huawei announced another new product, the Huawei MateBook E Go.
The new Matebook isdescribled as “colorful, versatile and multifunctional”. The poster shows that the new computer will be bundled with Windows 11 and a keyboard that is easy to remove and install. The keyboard also comes with a small touchpad.
Besides the keyboard, the MateBook E Go 2-in-1 also allows for input via Huawei’s M-Pencil stylus, which can be attached to the side of the tablet when not in use. In terms of color schemes, the MateBook E Go is available in at least two colors, black and white, and the keyboard will be available in at least two colors, black and pink.
Earlier in mid-August, Huawei obtained 3C certification for a laptop with the model number GK-W*. Certification information shows that the laptop supports 65W fast charging while one digital blogger called it the MateBook E GO laptop.
According to Weibo blogger @Wangzai Baishitong on August 15, the new MateBook will adopt the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chip.
At the end of 2021, Qualcomm unveiled its SoC chip for PC use, theSnapdragon 8cx Gen 3. The chip was built for used in laptops, tablets and other devices and is built using the5nm process. Officially, this chip is the first 5nm chip for the Windows platform.
The Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 chip has four large 3.0 GHz cores and four small 2.4 GHz cores. It has up to 14MB of cache and a TDP of around 15W. It offers 85% better CPU performance, 60% better GPU performance and 40% better single-threaded performance than the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2.