HUAWEI introduces The Honor Vision TV at the Huawei Developer Conference in Dongguan City in Guangdong Province over the weekend.
It is revealed to be the first device to adopt HarmonyOS, which can be used in various products from home appliances and wearable technology to in-car devices. It is also a pioneer product to feature its self-developed operating system seen as an alternative to Google and Apple.
“It’s not only a TV but it represents the future of TV,” revealed Zhao Ming, Honor’s president.
The The Honor Vision TV will allow users to make high-definition video calls, sync and project files and pictures between smartphone and TV. Needless to say it is set to become an information and control center in the living room.
By August 15, the 55-inch Honor Vision will be available in the market costing around 3,799 Yuan. Meanwhile, a higher version with a pop up camera for video call will cost slightly higher at 4,799 Yuan.
Huawei’s chief executive George Zhao said that it will be marketed by its mid-range brand, Honor.
A day before Huawei’s launch, Hisense, the top TV vendor in the domestic market, also released a new smart home ecosystem with interactive and the Internet of Things features.
Hi Table features a new display, the Internet of Things, AIand social functions. It can connect 45 million Hisense users and 120 kinds of smart devices.
Skyworth, on the other hand has also recently announced its upgraded smart TV which will allow users to send e-mails and display PPT files on TV.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi Corp is launching a marketing campaign for its products, including TVs, on August 16.