Huawei would have postponed the launch of new Matebook for the ban
This week was supposed to see the light of a new Matebook, certainly in the festival CES Asia in 2019 and probably also in other locations around the world. But the debut has been stopped indefinitely because of the ban and to confirm this, it would have been the same Richard Yu at CNBC, defining the situation as "unfortunate". Word too cautious view of the situation, if Huawei is already showing the claws on mobile themselves with the possible debut of ARK OS (also called HongMeng in Asia) to replace Android, in PC world the question could be even more thorny.
The inclusion in the now famous blacklist of the White House has prompted both Intel and Microsoft to greatly limit the relations with the house of Shenzhen, which is the entire answer said to have components enough to be running the production for several months. The portfolio notebook would, however, suffering more than all, because it is younger and still in the process of expansion all over the world, including the United States. And yes, because unlike the smartphone, the Matebook are marketed overseas and this setback the tax impact of certain of the affairs.
Remember that, not coincidentally, the Matebook 13 was initially presented in Las Vegas at the beginning of the year at the CES 2019, and only subsequently taken up in Europe, with a launch ad-hoc during the MWC 2019 (together with others). The mid-range Huawei for excellence? Huawei P Smart Z is on offer today up to 224 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING