Chinese giant Huawei, which is currently working on strategies to keep its business afloat, is gearing up to launch a new device in the market by the end of this year. The product is expected to be a desktop computer.
As per the report, the upcoming desktop computer from Huawei will be powered by the company’s own Kunpeng 920 chipset, along with a graphics processor from AMD which the leak reveals could be Radeon R7 430.
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It is said that the device will feature a 23.8-inch display and could be aimed at business use. While the exact product is not yet known, it could be the same computer that was previously leaked.
Previous leaks indicate that the device could pack 8GB DDR4-2666 RAM and 256GB SSD storage. It is also expected to have an optical drive, keyboard, mouse, 180W power supply, and the company’s own Kylin operating system
The Huawei HiSilicon Kunpeng 920 chipset is manufactured using a 7nm process and is based on the ARM architecture that was launched back in 2019. It offers high performance and is generally aimed at workstation builds or larger server-based applications.
The Chinese giant, which already has its presence in the laptop category with its Huawei as well as Honor-branded devices, is looking to enter the desktop PC and monitor category for some time now. It will be interesting to see Huawei compete against the likes of HP and Dell in this space.
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