Huawei's first desktops will be released soon and will be powered by 24-core Kunpeng processor and AMD's Radeon 520 graphics card, according to IT Home.
The Huawei desktop, codenamed Pangu internally and initially available only in one model, will feature 8GB of laptop memory and a 512GB Samsung SSD.
The processor's multi-core performance is said to be slightly better than Intel's i9-9900K.
The desktop is exclusively for customers including the government and is powered by the China-made UOS system, which cannot be installed with Windows.
This desktop does not support other graphics card models, and the CPU is also integrated into the motherboard and is not removable.
Huawei has also equipped this desktop with a 23.8-inch monitor with a 70% NTSC color gamut and a resolution of 1920*1080.
Back in July, information posted by Twitter user @_rogame gives us a glimpse of what the Huawei desktop PC might look like.
As can be seen from the images, the Huawei desktop PC has three USB-A and one USB-C port on the front as well as headset and microphone ports and can also be equipped with an optical drive.
The Huawei desktop PC is powered by its own Kunpeng 920 3211K processor which has 24 cores and can run at up to 2.6 GHz, reports showed last month.
Earlier in July, a user of Chinese video platform Bilibili introduced a Huawei desktop PC with a Kunpeng 920 2249K, but it only has 8 cores and 8 threads, and a different chassis design than this one.