The world of technology in the recent past has seen a number of smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices getting launched from the Huawei. And if we go by the latest news, it seems that Huawei is not finished yet. This is because the latest reports have suggested that the Chinese tech giant is all set to release a new 2-in-1 hybrid device and it has been spotted on the benchmark website Geekbench.
It seems that Huawei is very much eager to follow up its success with the first 2-in-1 hybrid tablet/laptop with a new edition. And the latest leaks from the website of Geekbench will surely provide a boost to the speculations; it has been revealed that the device from Huawei is going to be available on the market with a model number of HUAWEI H95-Pascal-W19 and a codename of Pascal.
The image has revealed that upcoming device from Huawei is going to be equipped with an Intel Core i5-7200 U processor which will have a clock rate of 2.71 GHz. The device will run on an 8 GB RAM which is quite staggering. In the previous edition of the Huawei Matebook, the users used to be provided with a Core M processor. The device has put up a decent show when put to the test in Geekbench. The single-core score of the device is 3651 while in the multi-core test, the Huawei Matebook has notched up 6738 points. The scores are decent enough, and it seems that the device has got a lot of exciting things in store.
The device is expected to run on a Windows 10 operating system. Roland Quandt in his Twitter handle has revealed that Huawei Matebook is going to have a 15-inch display. Previously towards the end of 2016, as Gizmochina states, Huawei revealed that the successor of the Huawei Matebook is going to be available in two variants – one with a 13-inch display and the other with a 15-inch display. And the latest leaks are very much in line with the previous reports.
However, it is yet to be confirmed when the device is going to be available on the market. The experts are of the opinion that the device might get launched very soon and that is one of the reasons behind the device getting spotted on Geekbench.