Budget offering, that doesn’t really shine with great upgradability.
1. Remove the bottom plate
Getting inside of this device is as easy as undoing 10 Torx-head screws. After you do that, just pry the panel away with a plastic tool, starting from the back, and making your way around the device.
And what powers the notebook when you’re away from the plug? A 56Wh battery pack.
3. Memory and storage
As a typical ultrabook, the memory is soldered to the motherboard, and it comes in two variants – 8GB and 16GB. Thankfully, there is an M.2 NVMe slot for storage upgrades.
4. Cooling system
Inside, we can see that Huawei has taken care of the thermals. There is one rather long and thick heat pipe, that leads to a formidable heat spreader. Then, the heat is blown away by the fan. By the way, you can see where the pop-up camera hides, just where the heat pipe makes its first 90-degree turn.