Nov 26, 2019 (China Knowledge) - In an event which saw the release of Huawei’s new MatePad Pro, it was found that Microsoft Windows 10 operating system had been pre-installed on Huawei's MateBook D laptop line, which indirectly confirmed that Microsoft had obtained the license from the U.S authorities to export software products to Huawei in China.
Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei, declared that the resumption of working relationship between Huawei and Microsoft is a win-win for both companies, and will be much commercial benefits to Microsoft too.
Huawei also launched the MatePad Pro, a tablet with the highest screen-to-body ratio (90%) in the world, opening an era of tablet with full screen display. The flagship product of Huawei focuses on the high-end market. Its "Multi-screen Collaboration" function realizes the deep integration of smart phones and tablets. The EMUI 10 System can intelligently split screen into four windows, realizing multi-task and multi-windows synchronization. In addition, it is equipped with Huawei Kirin 990 8-core CPU, which adopts industry-leading 7nm process, and self-developed Da Vinci architecture NPU, which improves the performance and energy efficiency. It was reported that the MatePad Pro will be officially available on Dec 12, with a starting price of RMB 3299 (USD 469).
According to IDC, Huawei's tablet shipments in Q3 2019 were about 2.12 mln units, accounting for 37.4% of the market, ranking first in the tablet market in China. It is believed that Huawei's MatePad Pro will profoundly change the pattern of the tablet market and spearhead ecological innovation of technological products.
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