At the Huawei Full Connect Conference 2020, Wang Yinfeng, the president of the tablet and PC unit, confirmed that Huawei will launch many devices in the near future. In fact, we will have new monitors and also many desktop computers. Because of the way everything was presented, the screens first arrive. Then the PCs. It will undoubtedly be an interesting Gaming line from Huawei and now we understand the authorizations that were granted by some American manufacturers to be able to work with the Chinese giant that is increasingly a brand in the world.
Huawei prepares to enter the gaming market!
New Huawei Monitors
The Chinese manufacturer will launch curved monitors for the gaming market. Thus, Huawei’s goal is to compete with emerging manufacturers like Xiaomi. In addition, speculation claims that Huawei will hand over the production of non-curved products to third parties. More specifically, BOEVT. This company is a subsidiary of the well-known BOE Technology Group. Huawei’s first batch of monitors will have two or three models.
The manufacture of curved monitors will be attributed to TPV Technology. The initial order is about 1 million units. And the size of the screen should be between 27 and 34 inches. This big bet on monitors is excellent proof that this manufacturer will also enter the PC market.
News that Huawei will launch a desktop computer has been circulating for a long time. According to reports, the PC comes with a Chinese chipset – the Kunpeng 920 processor. Is it a good idea? However, it will have up to 8 GB DDR4-2666 RAM and 256 GB SSD solid-state drive. This device will also have an AMD Radeon R7 430 graphics card, 180 W power supply, and an internal operating system.
The first model will thus be the “Qingyun W510”, which bets on the HiSilicon processor that I mentioned above. However, the Chinese operating system is a joint effort of many companies in the sector.
However, in September last year, at the Full Connect Conference, Huawei introduced the Kunpeng 920 motherboard. It is compatible with conventional memory. Also with “normal” hard drives and network cards. The same with other hardware devices. However, it will be especially aimed at business devices.