Recently, Huawei Gaming Monitor has passed the national 3C certification. The panel comes from the ODM subsidiary of BOE Group “Hefei BOEVT” (BOEVT), and the charger power reaches 135W (20V/6.75A).
Some sources pointed out that this will be a high-end display from Huawei. The base supports wireless charging and can charge mobile phones. At the same time, a 135W high-power charger can also supply power for MateBook notebooks.
Now, digital blogger leaked the news that Huawei’s e-sports monitor will be released in May and is expected to adopt the mainstream specifications of 2K resolution + 144Hz refresh rate.
At the same time, professional monitors are also expected to be released simultaneously, with a 4K resolution and high colour gamut. It is also equipped with a USB-C Hub function, which can realize the first-line connection to Huawei MateBook series notebooks.
At the Huawei Full Connect Conference 2020 held in September last year, Wang Yinfeng, president of Huawei’s tablet and PC product line, confirmed that Huawei will launch its own brand display products.
Huawei Gaming Monitor will be outsourced to BOEVT, an ODM subsidiary of the BOE Technology Group, while the curved display for the gaming market will be subcontracted to TPV. The initial order is about 1 million units. The screen size includes the current mainstream 27 inches and 34 inches.