It is a fully functional prototype developed at the company headquarters in Shenzhen. According to the photo shown, it can be concluded that the disk belongs to the Huawei HSSD Series D5223PM6H00 mark – with a capacity of 32 TB and works to PCIe NVMe specifications.
In essence, this model is similar to other SSDs on the market, except that the device housing is slightly upgraded to increase the heat transfer surface that the device releases during operation. After all, all high-performance SSDs release excess heat during operation, including this from Huawei’s 32TB.
Given that Huawei has not yet officially introduced this SSD drive on its official website, we have no further information on the specifications of this interesting device, which offers additional storage capacity.