HDC 2020 sees product launches across the board
Bogdan Petrovan / Android Authority
Up first are the new earbuds, Huawei's FreeBuds Pro and FreeLace Pro. The FreeBuds Pro is one of the first pairs of earbuds to employ dynamic noise cancellation. It uses a mix of hardware and application to examine your surroundings and tune the noise-canceling appropriately.The FreeBuds Pro adopts a well-recognized design with a charging case to help you listen longer and handle your playback on the delicate ear stems.See also: Huawei FreeBuds Pro review
Huawei's FreeLace Pro, on the other hand, offers a workout-ready behind-the-neck setup. It comes in a unique forest green shade and employs 14mm aluminum-magnesium alloy drivers for hi-fi audio. You can also join the FreeLace Pro for your phone using a USB-C cable, permitting you to charge and listen at an analogous time.If you already love your headphones, possible want to turn your consideration to Huawei's Watch GT 2 Pro. You might not even admire it as a smartwatch firstly glance, it looks nearly exact to an expensive watch.With up to 14 days of battery life and nearly 100 exercise types, you may not need to consider any other watches while you shop.Kris Carlon / Android Authority
Some prefer a committed fitness tracker, and Huawei covers those users too with the Watch Fit. The rounded rectangle design resembles that of a stretched Apple Watch, but the large 1.64-inch demonstrate lends itself to much easier user event. Weighing in at just 34 grams, you will forget that you're dressed in the Watch Fit, however the quick-exercise animations are able to assist you to stay fit any time you want them.See also: Huawei Watch Fit review
The final launch to pop out of HDC 2020 is a pair of jaw-losing laptops — the MateBook X and MateBook 14. Rocking a virtually bezel-less screen and a 10th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, the MateBook X is a featherweight powerhouse. It weighs only one kilogram and measures at just 13mm thick in some places, yet the keyboard offers a powerful 1. 3mm of travel.Huawei boasts that its trackpad is almost 26% larger than outdated iterations, and a four-speaker setup promises top-notch audio.If the MateBook X is from your budget — trust us, we get it — the MateBook 14 is nearly as good of a backup plan as you can find. With an AMD Ryzen 7 4800H CPU on board, you shouldn't be starved for power, and the MateBook 14 offers an improved diversity of ports to make a choice from. It's not as light or as thin as the MateBook X, but you may be hard-pressed to spot a bezel on the MateBook 14.There you go — every little thing you missed at Huawei's HDC 2020. If you weren't enthusiastic about what's to come back, hopefully, this helped to change your mind.We'll have reviews and more news from Huawei before you understand it.