Huawei Qingyun L420 with Kirin 9006C
When it comes to Huawei notebooks, we all naturally think of the MateBook series, but in addition to this for the consumer market, Huawei actually has the Qingyun (translated) series of notebooks for the government and enterprise letter creation market, from inside to outside, from software to hardware are realized domestically.
In the first half of this year, Huawei had launched Qingyun L410, mold based on MateBook 14, equipped with 14-inch 2K narrow bezel high color gamut screen, equipped with 7nm process Kirin 990 processor, unified UOS operating system, integrated TPM security chip, desktop ecology initial with Windows replacement capability.
According to the latest exposure, Huawei will soon launch an upgraded version of the “Qingyun L420”. The processor is still Kirin, the never-seen Kirin 9006C, with a 5nm process, eight cores, CPU frequency up to 3.13GHz, integrated Kirin 9000C GPU, claimed to be higher performance and lower power consumption. Is it a variant of Kirin 9000?
The screen is still 14 inches, resolution 2160×1440, the whole machine is made of aluminum alloy, thickness 15.9mm, weight 1.45kg, and uses fingerprint recognition power button. The interfaces are two USB-A, one full-featured USB-C, one HDMI, one mini RJ-45, and one 3.5mm.
Memory is 8GB LPDDR5, storage option 256/512GB UFS 3.1, network support Gigabit wired, Wi-Fi 6 (2×2 MIMO/60MHz), Bluetooth 4.2. Battery capacity 56Wh, with 65W USB-C fast charging head.
The operating system is still domestic, and in addition to the unified letter UOS, there is also Kirin KOS. Adaptation, as of September has supported more than 2,000 office and industry software, more than 30 device types, more than 30,000 device models of office peripherals.