Chinese telecom firm Huawei unveiled its full touchscreen enabled MateBook X Pro ahead of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday. Huawei CEO Richard Yu stated that the new MateBook X Pro has a 13.9- inch touchscreen with a 91 percent screen-to-body ratio. Due to the decreased bezels around the display, Huawei has built a pop-up webcam into the keyboard of the notebook. Yu noted that... Еще the touchscreen is «smooth, responsive and intuitive,» which according to him allows the user to use the notebook «more easily.» Alongside the new MateBook, Huawei also unveiled the latest entries of its MediaPad series of 4G Android tablets, the 8-inch M5, which can boast its dual use as a tablet and as a notebook. The company also presented what it claimed to be the «world's first 3GPP 5G commercialised chipset,» with the peak rate reaching some 2.3 gigabit per second.