Although Huawei has not officially announced a device called the Huawei Qingyun L410, some observed scribes found it in Chinese online store a website where it was apparently only available to businesses and government agencies.
This may also be a sign of things to come as Huawei continues to reduce its dependence on U.S. companies ’products as a result of last year’s trade sanctions.
The Huawei Qingyun L410 is powered by Huawei’s native Kirin 990 processor. It has been designed HiSilicon as a subsidiary, Kirin 990 is the arm-based chip for which it was originally developed smartphones and tablets.
The Arm-based processor is bundled with 8GB of RAM, up to 512GB of storage. The laptop works a Linux-based operating system is called Unity OS, which is another cut from the traditional but in line with Huawei’s efforts to move away from U.S. technology.
From the list, it appears that the Qingyun L410 has a 14-inch 2K screen with a 3: 2 aspect ratio, and typically the Huawei-style pop-up camera is integrated into its keyboard and the power button has an embedded fingerprint sensor.
A laptop that is supposed to be based Huawei Matebook 14, is a metallic single – hull design with a deep space gray color and is about 0.6 inches thick and weighs about 3.3 pounds.
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