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Huawei Plans To Launch Its Gaming Console, MateStation

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Feb. 16, 2021, 11:26 a.m.

Chinese Multinational Technology Company, Huawei, plans to launch its gaming console, MateStation.

The device is likely to be released alongside Microsoft and Sony’s next-generation consoles in China.

Details around the design and specifications of Huawei’s gaming console are not yet known, although the company is expected to make use of its own chips to power at least some parts of the MateStation.

The company is working on an official gaming laptop line-up too, according to a report from GizChina.

This would be Huawei’s debut gaming-skewed range since it launched its first notebook – the MateBook X – in 2017.

It was already on its way to do that with the Honor Hunter V700, but then the geopolitical situation led to Honor (phones, laptops, and all) being sold off. The Huawei gaming laptop is expected this year.

Last year it launched its GameCenter gaming hub which runs on top of Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) for Android.

This app acts as a replacement for the Google Play Games software, offering a one-stop platform for mobile gamers to download and play titles, and earn rewards.

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