A telecommunications industry conference may seem an odd place to launch the Matebook, a new laptop.
Maybe not if you are Huawei, the world’s biggest telecommunications hardware brand and the third largest phone maker.
There’s a lot about Huawei’s computer that defies conventional thinking.
This week’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is the industry’s biggest showcase and talkfest.
Many sessions are on the big questions about the future of mobile phone technology, such as whether the move to 5G networks should be evolutionary or revolutionary.
On the day before MWC started, Huawei showed its MateBook computer to journalists flown in from around the world.
Bill Bennett travelled to Barcelona as Huawei’s guest.Also on: