Recently, Wang Yinfeng, President of Huawei Tablet and PC product line, announced the company’s plans to launch consumer desktop PCs and monitors. People who were aware of how the company works assume that Huawei will source the production of the standard display products to the ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) subsidiary of the BOE Technology Group. However, a recent leak revealed the renders and some design aspects of the product, along with some key details.
Huawei AD80HW Design and Features
The source of the leak, IT Home, revealed that they received the details from one of their readers. From the visual aspect of it, the monitor has very narrow bezels on three of the sides. The bottom bezel is slightly thick as it has the company’s logo printed on it. On the backside, the monitor has a larger version of the logo. It also includes an input, output, and an HDMI port. A metal stand with a cylindrical stem and a flat base supports it. The monitor’s name was also revealed due to this leak. Some of the features include:
- 23.8-inch FullHD resolution IPS display
- 72% NTSC color gamut
- 16.7 million colors
- TÜV Rheinland low-blue light certification
Huawei will reveal more details about its features and specifications on the official launch. As of now, the company has not announced any release date. It hasn’t commented on the leak as well.
Huawei’s future plans
Huawei has many plans for its future products. The company is keen on introducing new curved and ultra-curved gaming monitors. These products will likely be sourced from TPV technology. Initially, the company is planning to produce 1 million units. The monitors are likely to have a mainstream display of 27 and 34-inches.
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. is a Chinese multinational technology company. Its headquarters are in Shenzhen, Guangdong. The company mainly designs, develops, and sells telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics. Ren Zhengfei, a former Deputy Regimental Chief in the People’s Liberation Army, founded Huawei in 1987. The company initially focused on designing smartphones only. It further expanded its business to include building telecommunications networks, providing operational and consulting services. As of December 2019, Huawei has 194,000 employees all around the world.