Ming Chi Kuo reported that the latest survey showed that shipments of key components of the Windows laptops are expected to grow in the Q2 of 2020. This rise will be about 20 to 30 percent and will even affect Huawei’s notebook offerings. Reportedly, Huawei’s MateBook series may see an exponential growth that could see unit shipments rise by nearly 100 percent or 6 million units around this time.
It seems that the recent viral outbreak is making more companies push the ‘work from home’ policy which will have laptops become an increasingly popular option. Thus, Huawei’s own PC shipments are expected to rise by 30-40 percent in the Q2 of 2020. This is impressive considering Huawei is still relatively new in the PC market. Back in 2019, Huawei had revealed that its Huawei notebooks sales had grown by 249 percent over 2018.
These numbers reflect notable year on year growth for Huawei’s multiple notebook lineup, including the Matebook, MateBook X/ Pro, MateBook D, E and MateBook 13 and 14 as well. The Chinese tech giants laptop offerings are generally thin and lightweight and offer attractive specs that make them a viable option for a Windows laptop, especially in China due to its lucrative domestic pricing, specs, and features.