The Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 has been revealed, following a leak that teased the announcement's arrival.
As reported on by Gizmochina, the new laptop has been announced at an event in China and revealed as being called the Honor MagicBook Pro 2020.
This a good chance to get a look at the upcoming machine, and a great chance to decide if you should be saving up your pennies for it.
So, here's everything you need to know about the Honor MagicBook Pro 2020.
Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 specs
Gizmochina reports that "the new laptop from Honor comes in two processor configurations – 10th Gen Intel Core i5 and Core i7 respectively paired with 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD. The notebook also features a dedicated Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU."
Furthermore, the site notes, this year's MagicBook has "a similarly sized 16.1-inch IPS LCD display as the 2019 model. However, the bezels are now reduced to 4.9mm to offer a 90% screen to body ratio. The panel also boasts a 100% sRGB color gamut."
Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 features
NotebookCheck reckons that the Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 will have a 16.1-inch display and a 1080p touchscreen with a 90% screen-to-body ratio.
Gizmochina notes that there will be a "pop-up web camera placed in the function keys row like high-end Huawei laptops. It also features software tweaks like multi-screen collaboration to mirror and control supported smartphones on the notebook. Users can also share files between them seamlessly just like Apple’s AirDrop."
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Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 release date
The Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 will be available to order on 19th May, so it shouldn't be long before you're able to place an order and get this laptop making its way to your home!
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Honor MagicBook Pro 2020 price
If you want the version with the Intel Core i5, that will set you back 5,999 Yuan (which is $843 USD, or roughly £692 GBP).
Or if you want the version with Intel Core i7 16GB, that will cost 6,699 Yuan (which is $942, or around £773 GBP).
This makes it a good choice for those looking for something that won't cost more than a month's rent, but still after a bit of power.
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