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A new leak may point to a Tiger Lake-based Huawei laptop in the works

A next-gen Huawei Matebook may have broken cover. (Source: Huawei)
A next-gen Huawei Matebook may have broken cover. (Source: Huawei)
The prominent tipster _rogame_ has found a new entry on UserBenchmark for a laptop with a Tiger Lake Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB hard-drive. The results do not mention an OEM; however, the leaker insists the upcoming device is from Huawei. Therefore, it may be a high-end Matebook of the future.

Huawei launched updates to the MateBook series not long ago; however, their next generation may have surfaced in leaks already. The leaker _rogame_ has linked a new UserBenchmark entry for a device called the XXXX EULD-WXX9 with the up-to-date Core i7-1160G7 CPU.

The laptop's results also indicate that it has a 512GB Toshiba SSD and 16GB of SK Hynix LPDDR4 RAM. Those hoping for discrete graphics in their rumors may be disappointed, as only Gen11 Intel Xe graphics are in evidence here.

It is the only component to get markedly indifferent scores in this benchmark, resulting in an overall score of 83% in desktop-related performance and 21% in terms of gaming. _rogame_ asserts that this listing, posted by a Taiwan-based user on September 24, 2020, is associated with the OEM Huawei.

It does have the 3000x2000 display resolution that is a hallmark of the 2020 MateBook X; however, time will tell if it truly is this Windows machine's successor.

Full UserBenchmark results for the "Tiger Lake Huawei laptop". (Source: UserBenchmark)
Full UserBenchmark results for the "Tiger Lake Huawei laptop". (Source: UserBenchmark)

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2020-09-27 (Update: 2020-09-27)
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