Honor teases AMD Ryzen version of the MagicBook Pro 2020 and its first gaming laptop; possible Ryzen 7 4800H model in the works
Honor refreshed thelast month, a laptop that leans heavily on the design of the . While Honor released AMD and Intel versions of its 16.1-inch laptop last year, the company only announced Intel Comet Lake editions of the MagicBook Pro 2020. George Zhao, the President of Honor, has that Ryzen 4000 Renoir models are on their way.
According to, which interviewed Zhao at an Honor Life event earlier this week, the Ryzen versions of the MagicBook Pro 2020 will arrive in the next month or so. Ming did not confirm which Ryzen 4000 series processors Honor plans to use in the MagicBook Pro 2020 series. If are correct, then we should expect Honor to release at least a version of the device. Additionally, this model is said to feature 16 GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512 GB PCIe SSD. Presumably, Honor will offer other configurations, too.
Separately, Ming stated that also plans to release a gaming laptop. Based on the report published by, then Ming implied that this gaming laptop would feature Ryzen 4000 processors too. If the company has gone down the Ryzen route for its first gaming laptop, then it would seem that the company would be limited to choosing up to an GPU. Nonetheless, the and have already shown that the and can handle all modern triple-A games at decent framerates and quality settings.