A few days before, Huawei announced that the company would hold a new product launch conference on September 6, in which the all-new Mate50 series would be released. However, the latest news shows that the Mate50 series isn’t the only part of this series; other new devices will also be introduced at this launch event.
This afternoon, Huawei officially announced (on Weibo) that the all-new Matebook E Go (2-in-1) will be launched in the upcoming Autumn Product Launch Event. It is worth mentioning that this notebook would be a more affordable version of Huawei’s standard Matebook E.
As can be seen in the poster, it seems that the appearance of this 2-in1 notebook is the same as its standard version notebook. However, as it is a lower version, the hardware cannot be the same.
In terms of appearance, the notebook features a slim bezel display, a single cam on the back, speakers and charging port on the bottom, and volume and power buttons on the side. The notebook still supports an external keyboard (with integrated touchpad) connectivity and a magnetic stylus on the right side. The notebook will rock the latest Windows 11 OS and be available in at least two color options: black and white.
There is no information regarding the hardware from the official site. However, some leaks have revealed very little information regarding it. Previously, the notebook was listed on 3C Certification with 65W fast charging. As per some sources, the notebook will be powered by the Snapdragon 8cx Gen3 CPU. The chipset is specially developed for entry-level notebooks by Qualcomm.
In terms of specifications, the Snapdragon 8cx Gen3 is an octa-core chipset and consists of 4x P-cores (clocked @3.0GHz) and 4x E-Cores (clocked @2.4GHz). It has 14MB of cache memory, and the TDP is 15W. Compared with the previous generation CPU, every aspect has a significant gap.
For complete info, we have to wait until the official launch event, which will be held on September 6.