Huawei enters the desktop computer market
Huawei enters the desktop computer market

Chinese company Huawei is preparing to launch its desktop and branded display products, including curved displays for the gaming market, to compete with emerging players such as Xiaomi.

The main reason for Huawei entering the market could be the US embargo or the desire to compete with Xiaomi.

Wang Yinfeng, head of Huawei's tablet and PC production line, confirmed at the Huawei Full Connect 2020 conference that Huawei will bring its branded products and consumer office products to the market in the future.

According to a new report, the company will rely on BOEVT, the manufacturer of the BOE Technology Group, to use external resources to make standard (non-curved) monitors. The first products include 3 screens.

In addition, Huawei will sign a contract with TPV Technology to manufacture curved monitors for the gaming market. Initial order is around 1 million pieces in 27 ”or 34” sizes.

Analysts said: This time, Huawei's ambitious entry into the display market is in line with market speculation that Huawei is also preparing to enter the desktop market.

According to previous reports, Huawei's first desktop model will be the Qingyun W510.

The computer uses a processor (Kunpeng 920 3211K) made with HiSilicon 7nm technology.

This computer can be used with UOS. UOS is a Chinese operating system jointly developed by a number of companies such as (China Electronics Group) and (Wuhan Shenzhiduo Technology).

The computer can have up to 8 GB of RAM (DDR4-2666), a 256 GB hard drive (SSD), a discrete graphics card (AMD Radeon R7430) and a 180-watt power supply.

In addition, the computer-generated images of Huawei's desktop computers were published on the company's official website, and these images largely coincided with the media reports.

People familiar with the matter also said: The Huawei desk is made by Foxconn's Hongfujin Precision Industry Company.

Analysts predict that Huawei's desktop computers will be the first desktop computers to be shipped to large groups of users such as companies. Applications are expected in 2020.

It is reported that Huawei released a motherboard with a Kunpeng 920 processor for desktop computers in September last year because the motherboard is compatible with memory, hard drives, network cards and other devices. Currents.

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