In its online-only consumer launch, Huawei announced an update to its flagship MateBook X Pro laptops with beefier internals that include 10th-generation Intel processors, 16GB base RAM, up to 1TB SSD storage, and optional MX250 graphics. Save for the internals, the 2020 MateBook X Pro retains the same design of the 2019 model, which includes a 3K LTPS touchscreen display, a slim 14.6mm aluminum unibody chassis, and essential ports that include two Thunderbolt 3 ports, a USB-A 3.0 port, and a headphone jack.
New to the 2020 MateBook X Pro line is an Emerald Green color that has the aluminum-clad laptop draped in a dark shade of green, along with metallic gold on the Huawei branding.
For the 2020 line, the MateBook X Pro comes in three variants, starting at 1499 Euros(~Php 82.9k) for the base Core-i5/16GB/512GB SSD model. The top-end variant, which gets you a Core-i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, and MX250 discrete GPU, will fetch you 1999 Euros(~Php 110.5k). Huawei has yet announced the availability of the 2020 MateBook X Pro.