- Tram Ho
Huawei has a pretty good foothold in the smartphone and laptop market. However, the Chinese tech giant is still harboring ambitions to expand its market share and according to the report, Huawei is expected to launch its first desktop model later this year, called Qingyun W510. .
Recently, the actual images and renderings of this PC were suddenly leaked online, thereby giving us a clearer view of the design right before the launch date. It is said that it will be manufactured by Foxconn, targeted at businesses and government.
Huawei desktop PCs will come in a complete suite, including a monitor, keyboard and mouse. Its front has a straight mesh design with the connection ports located in the upper right corner, while the overall appearance is relatively simple.
According to reports, this PC will be powered by the non-removable Kunpeng 920 3211K processor, which has a total of 24 cores and a clock speed of up to 2.6GHz. In addition, the machine also comes with AMD Radeon 520 graphics card, 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD.
On the front, the Huawei PC has three USB-A ports, one USB-C port and one 3.5mm audio jack, while the back has four USB-A ports, an Ethernet network port and a fingerprint sensor built into power button. More importantly, it will use the Chinese-made UOS (Deepin Linux) operating system and cannot install Windows.
Source : Genk