It was strange that the second Huawei brand launched its first smart TV, the Honor Vision, without Huawei taking advantage of any of its technologies. Well, now, from the hand of the Huawei Mate 30 and the Huawei Mate 30 Pro arrives Huawei Vision. A smart TV concept capable of instantly connecting with your mobile and with all the features that can be requested from a 4K resolution screen.
During the presentation, the CEO of Huawei's consumer side, Richard Yu, has shown a model with a minimalist design and practically without frames of this TV. But what matters is that the panel has 4K resolution on Samsung QLED technology. That is, it is a Quantum dots TV, with the possibility of displaying 100% of the NTSC color spectrum. In addition, its refresh rate is up to 120HZ.
At the moment it is known that there will be up to three different models with sizes of 55, 65 and 75 inches. And it has a team of 5.1 integrated sound that Huawei calls professional and also intelligent. It will adapt to the environment where the TV is located, and, in addition, you can individually control the beams that are used to create that surround sound.
But the most interesting thing about this Huawei Vision are its intelligent and connection possibilities. It will serve to collaborate with other screens when it comes to displaying content, but the most common is that the user can quickly share videos and photos from his mobile. Either with the fast Huawei Share connection that integrates the TV, or through what they call One-Hop Projection, with which to link the mobile and the TV remote control just by bringing them closer.
By the way, this remote control has a touch mouse on one end, to be able to move a pointer or control quickly through the menus of the TV. It arrives with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, so there should be no delay in controlling or sending content. Of course It has voice control and its design is minimalist and lightweight. Nothing of a knob full of buttons that are not known for what they are. Of course, it will have to be charged once every three months.
Now it only remains to know when and for how much money Huawei Vision will arrive in Spain. At the moment there is no data about it. What we do know is that it moves on HarmonyOS, the new Huawei operating system that they had already presented before the borderline situation they face due to the US veto.
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