Huawei announces 2020 version of the MateBook X Pro with 10 Gen Intel chips

Huawei Matebook X Pro
Huawei Matebook X Pro (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Huawei announced the refreshed MateBook X Pro.
  • The laptop still has a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio and runs on 10th Gen Intel Core processors.
  • The new MateBook X Pro will be available in April 2020, starting at €1,499 (roughly $1,625).

Huawei announced the new MateBook X Pro laptop today. The laptop builds off the design of the previous generation MateBook X Pro and packs in modern internals. It still has a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio and works well with Huawei and Honor smartphones thanks to Multi-screen Collaboration through Huawei Share. The new MateBook X Pro will be available in April 2020, starting at €1,499 (roughly $1,625).

The new MateBook X Pro is available in Mystic Silver, Space Gray, and a new Emerald Green color. It comes in at 1.33 kg (2.93 lbs) and is 14.6mm thick. Its 13.9-inch LTPS panel has a 3000x2000 resolution and 100 percent sRGB. You can get the MateBook X Pro with either a 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U or a 10th Gen Intel Core i5-10210U processor. It has an NVIDIA GeForce MX250 inside to give it some extra power.

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CategoryHuawei MateBook X Pro
Display13.9-inch LTPS
3000x2000 resolution
91% screen-to-body ratio
100% sRGB color gamut
Processor10th Generation Intel Core i7-10510U
10th Generation Intel Core i5-10210U
GraphicsNVIDIA GeForce MX250 on 2GB GDDR5
WirelessFast Wi-Fi
Bluetooth 5.0
AudioQuad speakers
Weight1.33 kg(2.93 lbs)

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You can connect supported Huawei and Honor phones to the MateBook X Pro using Multi-screen Collaboration through Huawei Share. This allows you to use your laptop's keyboard, camera, microphone, and mouse as peripherals of your smartphone. Huawei and Honor phones need to run EMUI 10 or Magic UI 3.0 or higher to use this feature.

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  • The NVIDIA MX250 is outdated nowadays (since it is practically a MX150). Better to wait for the new Amd 7nm laptop cpu's if you want an ok (i)gpu in a 2-1 or ultrabook.
  • ...unless you want this hardware/design. The new AMD chips look great, but let's be honest: there isn't huge announced lineup yet for premium Ultrabooks that feature the 4000 series.
  • How are they still allowed to make these with Intel chips?
  • yeah, and windows
  • Certain US companies are not allowed to sell technology to Huawei. Microsoft (since November) and Intel are granted exceptions by the US. The "fight" against Huawei with the US gov't is mostly on 5G, then phones, not PCs.
  • No mention of the problems with this company and the US government ban on them? Or a mention of how they might be sourcing these CPUs and OS license?
  • You're confusing a lot of stuff... The ban applies to US companies who can sell Huawei technology. Not a ban on selling Huawei goods to people. There are 90 day exceptions to that ban with Microsoft and Intel being a part of it. Microsoft was granted an indefinite ability to sell Windows to Huawei as it is "mass market software". This happened in November. Most of the fight/concern with Huawei is 5G, followed by phones. Their PC business has never been a foucs of the US gov't complaints.