At 10 a.m. this morning, the third-party Linux version of Huawei’s MateBook D was officially launched in JD.com and is currently being snapped up. At the same time, Huawei Terminal officials also predicted that the Windows version will be officially launched in January 2010. Huawei MateBook D third-party Linux version is divided into 14 inches, 15 inches version, in addition to screen size, the difference between the two are: 14-inch version with 8GB of memory plus 512GB SSD, 15.6-inch version with 8GB of memory plus 256GB SSD plus 1TB HDD, Prices are 3,599 yuan.
In terms of core configuration, Huawei MateBook D third-party Linux version of the 1920x1080p IPS screen, screen through the German Rhine low-blu-ray authentication, equipped with AMD Ryzen 5 3500U processor and Vega 8 graphics card, equipped with fingerprint button, power on at the same time complete fingerprint unlocking, Supports 65W portable Super Fast Charge with built-in battery for up to 9.5 hours of continuous playback of local 1080P video.
In terms of features, Huawei MateBook D supports multi-screen collaboration, intelligence, real-time interaction with mobile phones, keyboard, mouse incarnate mobile phone peripherals, computer mobile phone complementary advantages, seamless integration.
It is reported that the Linux version and the Windows version of the hardware difference, pre-installed operating system is different, the Linux version can not achieve the Windows version under the touch, fingerprint boot and other functions, but if you install the Windows system and Huawei driver, you can restore the above functions.
Huawei unveiled the new Matebook D-series notebooks at Huawei’s Matepad and Full Scene launch on November 25th, and microsoft has resumed its partnership with Huawei as the notebooks were released, with the original Win10 and Office still pre-installed.
However, those who want to buy the Windows version need to wait until January, who can’t wait to start Linux version, can self-install win system.