According to CNBC, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, said thatThe company's decision to launch the new MateBook laptop has been put on hold for a while, and there is no exact date, depending on when the US lifts the ban.
Yu Chengdong thinks that it is very regrettable that the United States has included Huawei in the “list of entities”, which has prevented it from supplying PC products.
According to reports, US companies such as Intel and Microsoft are ignoring Huawei's PC products. The former provides processors and the latter provides operating systems. However, due to the policies of the US Department of Commerce, they have affected Huawei and Huawei. Normal business dealings.
Although Huawei entered the PC market very late, its MateBook series products are favored by many consumers with innovative design, excellent quality and strong business attributes.
It is reported that this new MateBook notebook was originally scheduled to be unveiled at the Asia Electronics Consumer Show (CES Asia) held in Shanghai this week.
Previously, Yu Chengdong had revealed that Huawei had a “Plan B” operating system outside of Windows, which could guarantee the normal service of the company's products under extreme circumstances.