Huawei's first own-brand TV represents the OEM's Vision of the smart home
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Huawei introduced the new Vision smart screen (as opposed to the Honor version released earlier in the year) at its latest launch event. It will initially become available in 65- and 75-inch SKUs, although its presenter Richard Yu asserts that it will gain 85- and 55-inch variants in the future. The OEM, like some others, envisages that this new product will be placed as the master control of a user’s automated or smart home.
To this end, it has a pop-up camera in order to authenticate and recognize different viewers. Huawei CEO Richard Yu also stated that the new Huawei Vision also had the hardware for an AI to enact “always-on” listening in order to assist the user in a myriad of potential tasks.
The Huawei Vision smart screen also has an “8+1+1” sound system with 5.1 surround, for its audio and smart-speaker functions. Yu also claims that it can co-ordinate all the internet-of-things (IoT) equipment in its vicinity with HiLink, and also support work-related pursuits such as conferencing with Intelligent Live Control and Huawei Share.
The Vision’s panel itself is quantum dot with 100% of the NTSC color-space and a theoretical refresh rate of up to 120 hertz. It also has a remote control with a touchpad, buttons for voice-control, menus, power and some other features that charges via USB type C. However, despite all this detail, Huawei did not disclose the availability or pricing scheme for this new TV.
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