Even the Chinese house could finally have its convertible tablet ready. The announcement could take place at the Mobile World Congress
Huawei is also about to launch its Microsoft Surface clone. This is suggested in a cryptic way by a message published by the CEO of the Chinese consumer network, Weibo, which invites fans of the eastern giant to keep the antennas focused on the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona for the launch of a product dedicated to business users.
Not much is known about the 2-in-1 hybrid in the past, except that it could be called Huawei Matebook and offer Windows 10 and Android operating systems in dual boot mode, an Intel Atom processor (or an Intel Core M of the latest generation, which the CPU manufacturer has been testing on Android products for a few months), and at least 32 GB of internal memory, expandable via microSD cards. Not even certain that the tablet will be marketed with an included keyboard or if – as happens just for the Microsoft Surface – it will be sold separately as an accessory. From the image attached to the message, then, it seems you can expect a drawing pen. We will know more during the event of presentation of the group's news, previstodomenica afternoon.