On September 4, 2019, Huawei launched a launch for the Honor MagicBook Pro, an announcement on behalf of MateBook laptops. The next generation Matebook computers will use the Deepin Linux system, according to the company announcement.
New Huawei laptops will be powered by Linux
Deepin, a Linux-based operating system, will allow Huawei to make changes to the operating system requirements. In addition, the East Asia-based company list of models that will be available for sale as follows: Matebook X Pro, MateBook 13 and MateBook 14.
These portable computers are expected to be more cost-effective than Windows 10 versions. There is no official explanation. Huawei, who wants to produce cheaper and same quality devices by thinking of its customers, will soon take action for HarmonyOS / Hongmeng OS.
Huawei has proved its success to all countries through smart phones and is very hopeful of this strategy. Ren Zhengfei, the company’s CEO, initially wants users to switch from Windows 10 to Linux. The main issue for Huawei is that customers can get used to HarmonyOS / Hongmeng OS systems, which are similar to Linux, which are still in development. Zhengfei said that commercial success is a golden and indispensable rule.
There are no other official statements at this stage yet. In the coming days, Huawei front is expected to release an explanation about the price? Finally, what do you think about Huawei laptops with Deepin infrastructure?