Huawei to Launch a New Windows 10 Hybrid Laptop

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Surface Pro line is definitely the best line of Windows 10 tablets out there. So, it’s not a surprise that a lot of companies want to follow Microsoft’s recipe, and develop a tablet that is as similar to Surface Pro 3/4 as possible. The latest big company in the line is Huawei, which reportedly prepares a new Windows 10 tablet, similar to Surface Pro 4.

However, we’re still not sure about the type of Huawei’s alleged device, so it could easily be a Windows-powered laptop, similar to Microsoft’s Surface Book, as GSM Arena informs.

Huawei will hold a special event in Barcelona this Sunday, on February 21, and the company sent a keynote invitation to people, where they hinted the announcement of a new Windows 10 device. However, it is still not confirmed that Huawei will indeed present a new device at this year’s MWC.

As the invitation points out, the new product will feature a stylus, which means that it could be a Windows 10 laptop or a hybrid tablet. You can see the invitation, published by Richard Yu, the Chinese company’s CEO, below:

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Chinese site Weibo assumes that a new Huawei device will be similar to Toshiba’s recent 2-in-1 device, DynaPad, which was announced earlier. There are a lot of speculations saying that the mysterious device could be the long-awaited Windows hybrid laptop, labelled as the “Matebook.” If the new device is indeed the Matebook, it will allegedly come with a 12.9-inch display, an Intel processor, and will be powered by Windows 10. But once again, none of these rumors are confirmed yet, as we’ll have to wait for the MWC.

You probably already know that we’re going to be in Barcelona this Monday, so whatever Huawei announces, we’ll make sure to let you know as soon as possible. Of course, there are going to be a lot of Windows-related news form the Mobile World Congress, so stay tuned.

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