Earlier yesterday, Huawei announced that it will host a new occasion on September 13 later this month that will emphasize more on the new teaser for its forthcoming laptop.
The Chinese tech giant is gearing up for the unveiling of the latest notebooks from its MateBook lineup of laptops and gave a teaser on its official Weibo account.
On the Chinese microblogging website, an image advertisement can be observed that showcases a laptop from the side that acts as the hour and minute hands of a clock with the numbers being swapped with numerous unique applications.
Nevertheless, these applications are based on the Android forum, so the company is inferring new laptops that support Android smartphone applications.
Take a glimpse at these apps, it comprises some of the vastly popular apps in China. This constitutes Douyin, which is the Chinese edition of TikTok, and a Yelp-like app known as Dianping in the region.
Ultimately, we can furthermore see the Himalaya listening to books application, that is, the Himalaya podcasting application. In other words, users can prefer to utilize these applications on their laptops.
Although Windows 11 will support Android applications, Microsoft will not incorporate this feature when it is unveiled. This implies that Huawei is not just shipping laptops with the latest Windows, but developing its own emulation-based system or other new software that enables these Android applications to be utilized on Windows.
Fresh notes suggest that the company intends to unveil new notebooks known as MateBook 13S and 14S, which are 13-inch and 14-inch notebooks.
Weibo explained on it’s twitter handle, thanks to Huawei’s self-developed mobile application engine, the 14-inch model can run Android applications. Stay tuned for further updates as we will introduce the September 13th launch event.