Since its inception of its consumer business, Huawei has been making not only smartphones, but also tablets, smart wearables and computers.

Sources have released information that the company is preparing to release its first laptop, which is based on the Kirin 990 SoC. Initially, this laptop will be available to government agencies and corporate customers, and its price will start at around $ 1000.

The first Huawei laptop on SoC Kirin 990 with the ability to install HarmonyOS

A photo of the packaging confirms that the laptop is called the Huawei Qingyun L410 and has a 14-inch 2K display. It has 8 GB of RAM and a 512 GB solid state drive. The laptop out of the box runs a special operating system UOS 2.0.

Moreover, and most interestingly, this laptop can be upgraded with HarmonyOS in the future, as this architecture allows. Later, the company also plans to introduce it to a wide range of consumers.

The first Huawei laptop on SoC Kirin 990 with the ability to install HarmonyOS

With the Kirin 990 single-channel system, the laptop will provide users with fast and reliable 5G connectivity.

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