Huawei MateStation B515 Specs Show Up: Closer to Release

Huawei MateStation B515 Specs

Huawei MateStation B515 Specs

The future of PCs is also a development focus of Huawei, in addition to laptops, the next product is the Huawei desktop, the most news said Huawei MateStation B515 desktop computer is finally coming. Previously, the news said that Huawei is likely to bring AMD-powered desktops at the end of the month, for commercial channels, with a 23.8-inch display, Kunpeng new models will also be released together.

Today, Weibo blogger Changan Digital Jun announced that the Huawei MateStation B515, Huawei’s high-performance smart PC desktop, is finally coming. The machine is equipped with a 23.8-inch display, 5.72 mm narrow bezel, 178° wide field of view, 1920*1080 resolution, 72% NTSC color gamut, and the host configuration is unknown at the moment, we can’t rule out the use of Huawei Kunpeng motherboard and Huawei Huanghe K680 host. It is expected that the machine will first be purchased by the government, enterprises, and other institutions, and then opened to the consumer field.

As previously, the information indicates that the initial version will use its own 24-core Kunpeng processor, 8GB of random access memory (RAM), 512GB of Samsung SSD, and AMD’s Radeon 520 graphics card. It is also said that the processor’s multi-core performance is slightly better than that of the i9-9900K, and the desktop is designed for government and corporate customers, equipped with a domestic UOS system, which cannot install Windows 10.

From the information released, the CPU of this host is Huawei’s self-developed 7nm Kunpeng 920, 4-core and 8-core versions, frequency 2.6GHz, support for four DDR4-2400 UDIMM memory slot (max 64GB), capacity 8GB, and 256GB SSD hard drive, the graphics card is Radeon R7 430, due to the power consumption of the machine is not high, equipped with a power supply is 180W. It also speculated that there will be several different models with distinctive congratulations and currently known specifications maybe mash-up.

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