Huawei’s upcoming MateBook 16 has cleared the 3C quality certification and it shows this new notebook is said to powered by a 135W power supply.
Earlier, it was reported that the upcoming Huawei MateBook 16 to launch somewhere around May 2021. This product sports a 16-inch and 3:2 high-resolution display with AMD Ryzen 5000 chipset.
The code name is identified as CREM-WFD9 will come with a 20V and 6.75A charging adapter. It seems like CRE, which is established by Wingtech for Huawei’s foundry is Curie takes after the name of Madame Curie.
Previously it received the 3C certification at the starting of February 2021, but this time it’s also exposed that this device will adopt standard voltage processors like R7 5800H including the graphics cards GTX 1650/RTX 3050.