While tough US sanctions are stifling its ability to develop and manufacture advanced and competitive smart devices - it seems that the Chinese giant and its home brands are increasing their focus in the world ofPC With entry into new popular categories
Huawei smartphones and its Honor and Nova brands are having a hard time finding a new audience outside the Far East these days, when they have to make do with the system Android Without the main apps from home Google And without the company's huge application store, and also have to compromise on the use of old Kirin chips or chips of Mediatek Due to the joining of the chip maker TSMC To the parade of Western sanctions that has hit the company - but nevertheless precisely in the personal computer market it seems that the big Chinese manufacturer wants and manages to broadcast things as usual somehow, with new advanced models that are also appreciated in some Western countries.
So far, the focus has been on Huawei And Honor's subsidiary came down to thin and light mobiles for the home or business market - but now comes the next upgrade with the Hunter V700 model which will be the company's first serious gaming model with a 16.1-inch screen that is not often (or even) encountered in the category.
The mobile offers users a 16.1-inch diagonal IPS screen with a standard 1,920 × 1,080 pixels resolution, a matte finish and a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz, a quad-core Core i5-10300H processor along with 16GB of memory DDR4 By default and a hexagonal Core i7-10750H processor in the enhanced versions, a built-in NVMe drive with a capacity of 512GB or one terabyte alongside an additional internal M.2 slot for future upgrades, a GeForce GTX 1660Ti graphics card as a base and a GeForce RTX 2600 card in the enhanced versions (both 6GB of GDDR6 memory, dual-channel 802.11ax Wi-Fi connectivity, chip Built-in NFC designed to allow fast interfacing to Apps Accompanied by a smartphone, three connections USB Type-A, full-size HDMI 2.0 port, Gigabit Ethernet connector, connection USB One Type-C 3.2 Gen.2 and a relatively modest 56-watt internal battery that helps reach an impressive base thickness of just 19.9 millimeters.
The V700 adopts an intriguing technology reminiscent of what we've previously encountered in mobile's Acer Asus - When opening the screen activates a lower rear leg that reveals an enlarged opening for hot air to exit the product's cooling system, so that the dimensions in the closed position can remain surprisingly positive without leading to the danger of overheating during use itself. We will not object to seeing more manufacturers exploring this idea in their future gaming models.
The prices available in yuan only at this point probably indicate that an official launch outside China is not being considered at this stage, but if you are enthusiastic about the physical dimensions, design or value for money you will probably soon find opportunities to purchase the Hunter V700 at famous Chinese digital stores. Purchase the other Huawei mobile models, Mobile של Xiaomi And there is its discounted Redmi brand, various modest Chuwi mobiles and the like.
Rumor has it that we will soon get mobile gaming under the name of Huawei Directly, so even if you feel that the V700 does not suit your taste perfectly do not despair - it may just be a small step on the way to an even more varied and affordable attack.