Huawei has recently announced the global launch of their three new devices: the MatePad Pro 13.2, the FreeClip open-ear wireless earbuds, and the MateBook D16 2024.

Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2

HUAWEI MatePad Pro inch

The MatePad Pro 13.2 is their largest flagship tablet that will be available globally. It is powered by the Kirin 9000S SoC and runs HarmonyOS 4 in where you can install .apk or Google apps thru GBox. The tablet offers up to 16GB RAM and 1TB storage. The MatePad Pro 13.2 features a 13.2″ 144Hz OLED display with a resolution of 2,880×1,920 pixels. It packs a 10,100 mAh battery with 88W wired charging.

The tablet also features six speakers and dual rear camera – a 13MP primary, an 8MP ultrawide, and then there’s a 16MP selfie camera. The Huawei MatePad Pro 13.2 also supports the new smart magnetic keyboard that comes with a trackpad.

Huawei FreeClip

HUAWEI FreeClip

The FreeClip is a wireless earbud with a unique open-ear design for an all-day comfortable wearing. It is designed for listeners who want in-ear wireless headphones that allow them to stay attuned to their surroundings. The FreeClip can go up to 32 hours and charge fully back in 40 minutes. The buds are IP54 splash-proof and they come with features such as AI Call noise reduction and it has a smart wear detection.

Huawei MateBook D 16 2024

HUAWEI MateBook D

The MateBook D16 2024 is a Windows laptop that was announced in China last month2. It features a 16-inch IPS LCD with a 1920×1200px resolution, a 16:10 aspect ratio, and up to 300 nits peak brightness2. The baseline model brings a 13th Gen Intel Core i5 processor and Intel UHD graphics while the higher-end models get i7 and i9 processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics2. All models are equipped with 16GB LPDDR4X RAM and 1TB M.2 SSD of the 2280 variety2.

With these new devices, Huawei continues to push the boundaries of technology, offering consumers innovative and high-quality products.

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