Huawei MateBook D 16 and MateBook 16s with 12th gen Intel processors. Last month, Huawei launched its MateBook D 16 and MateBook 16s, which have 12th-generation Intel processors. This was only intended for China However,
Huawei is planning to launch the two models in Europe. The laptops displayed on a special occasion in Istanbul, Turkey. The laptops joined at the event by folding top-of-the-line Huawei Mate Xs 2, the recently announced phone Huawei Nova Y90, and the Huawei Y70 (previously announced). The 10.3″ tablet with e-ink called the Huawei MatePad Paper, also shown also (if this sounds intriguing read our report).
The laptops are back. These 16″ Windows 11 machines will be available in Europe shortly. We’re waiting for Huawei to provide pricing and more specific launch information. The Huawei MateBook D 16 has an aluminum body measuring 18.4mm in thickness. It weighs 1.7kg (3.75lbs) which is quite a bit for the sixteen” laptop.
Huawei MateBook D 16 and MateBook 16s with 12th gen Intel processors
It comes with a 16:10 LCD (1,920 1200px x 1,200px and 142ppi) resolution, and promises amazing image quality, with 100 100% sRGB coverage. It also has a contrast ratio of 1,200:1, and 300 Nits of brightness. There are two options for processors that are available: the Intel Core i5-12450H as well as the Core I7-12700H.
The former equipped with UHD Graphics (48 EU, 1.2GHz) while the latter comes with the more powerful Iris Xe graphics (96 EU, 1.4GHz). There isn’t a choice for dedicated graphics. The laptop can configured with either 8 or 16GB of RAM, but storage set at the 512GB limit (NVMe SSD). The laptop comes with 60Wh of battery power and two USB-C ports which can used to charge (one also supports DisplayPort).
In addition, it has the USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 as well as which is a USB 2.0 port, an HDMI port, and 3.5mm pair of headphones, as well as a mic Jack. This MateBook D 16 ships with the required power adapter of 65W along with a USB connection. There is also an AMD-powered model of the MateBook D 16 (Ryzen 4600H) However, the event today solely focused on the Intel-powered model.
This Huawei MateBook 16s laptop is a different 16.4″ laptop, but the display features a 3:2 aspect ratio (2,520 pixels by 1,680 pixels). It’s an IPS LCD that has 100percent sRGB coverage. Plus, it comes with better contrast (1,500:1) and factory calibration with an average deltaE less than 1 (i.e., as good as it gets). It has also powered by the 12th generation of Intel processors of the H-series. This means that it has a 40W TDP. It can equipped with dual-channel RAM and an NVMe SSD too.