Huawei’s new winter flagship launch conference took place on December 23, as scheduled. In addition to cell phones and other devices, the new Huawei smart glasses were unveiled at this event. The new Huawei smart glasses are significantly updated in terms of interaction and connectivity experience thanks to the distributed capabilities of HarmonyOS 2. In addition to smart glasses, Huawei also introduced a new laptop dubbed the Huawei MateBook Pro X 2022. Let’s take a closer look at the features of these two Huawei devices that have just been released.
Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022
The MateBook X Pro 2022 is Huawei’s latest laptop, which debuted alongside other devices like Huawei smart glasses. The latest Huawei laptop comes with Intel 11e Gen Rocket Lake processor that goes up to a Core i7-1195G7 processor, coupled with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of internal storage.
The OEM can make up for that with what they claim to be their best laptop screen to date. The X Pro 2022’s 14.2-inch display has a 3120 x 2080 resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, and the world’s first TÜV Rheinland-certified laptop with professional-level color accuracy with dual color gamut .
The screen has a maximum brightness of 500 nits and covers the entire P3 color gamut. Four USB-C ports (two USB 3.2) and a headphone jack are included in the I / O. A 90W GaN USB-C charger is included. The laptop has an integrated Intel Iris Xe GPU, 16GB of LPDDR4x RAM and a 1TB M2 SSD. Huawei’s new laptop comes with the Windows 10 operating system preinstalled.
The entry-level Core i5 model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage costs CNY 9,499 ($ 1,490), while the leading Core i7 model with 1TB of storage costs CNY 12,499 ($ 1,961 $).
Huawei Smart Glass Specifications
Huawei has released a new version of its smart glasses that comes in six stylistic variations called “Boston”, “Welliington” and “avatar” by its creator, as well as three “vintage” variations. For music, content and other functions, the eyewear business is equipped with new 128mm “ultra-thin wide-range” speakers. The glasses run on HarmonyOS and are designed for busy users on the go, allowing you to answer calls, listen to music and take notes without having to use your smartphone.
The smart glasses have an IPX4 degree of protection and new charging technology that allows them to charge from two different places using their magnetic system. Their battery can last up to 16 hours on a single charge. The two microphones provide hands-free voice assistant commands and calls and are designed to improve wind noise and voice quality. Huawei has included additional functionality in these new models. It works by using sensors built into the glasses to determine the position of the head in reference to the cervical spine.
This information enables the glasses to provide real-time advice on postural and neck health. Huawei has priced this new smart glass at 1,699 yuan ($ 267) in China, but if someone wants to buy a pair with black lenses, the price goes up to 1,899 yuan ($ 298).
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