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HUAWEI to Launch MateBook 14s, nova 9 and Watch GT3 this October

Huawei APAC Autumn

Huawei is set to launch a lineup of new super devices, which includes MateBook 14s, nova 9, and Watch GT3. The Huawei APAC Autumn Product Launch on October 28 at 7:00 p.m.

The Autumn Launch brings to the spotlight Huawei’s robust efforts in launching super devices such as the HUAWEI MateBook 14s, nova 9, and Watch GT3. The three devices are jampacked with features that break boundaries within their respective categories -- elevating industry standards and expectations. The tech giant is also expected to detail its ramped-up efforts for its smart office and health and fitness product clusters.

The HUAWEI MateBook 14s, tagged as Laptop+, uses a sleek body design featuring sharpened edges. It has a 2.5K Huawei Full-View Display with a productivity-friendly aspect ratio of 3:2, supporting a 90 Hz refresh rate to create an engaging visual experience. The MateBook 14s runs at the new 11th Gen Intel Core H-series Processor at the standard voltage for fast and smooth performance. Other than the laptops,

Huawei Nova 9 features flagship camera capabilities, such as a 50MP Ultra Vision camera and a flagship-grade XD Fusion Engine, which significantly improves image quality. It will definitely provide an amazing experience for fashion-conscious and stylish youth. Huawei nova 9 is also equipped with a 120Hz curved original color display and a 66W HUAWEI Super Charger.

Huawei Watch GT 3, a professional private trainer to guide you to more than 100 workout modes, can stay on standby for more than two weeks. It is classy and premium that suits you all the way.

For more details about the Autumn Launch, you may discuss it with Huawei Community. Stay tuned for the live streaming on the 28th of October on platforms such as the Huawei Official Website, the online Huawei Store, or the official Huawei channels on Facebook and YouTube.

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