Huawei on the first day of its developer’s conference (HDC) showcased its own mobile operating system, dubbed HarmonyOS. Now, its sub-brand, Honor at HDC has launched its new Honor Vision series of smart TVs. It is priced at Yuan 3,799 (approximately Rs 38,214) for the 2GB RAM/16GB storage version, whereas, Yuan 4,799 (approximately Rs 48,274) for the 2GB RAM/32GB storage Pro version.
Both the variants sport a 55-inch 4K HDR display with support for an intelligent breathing light and TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Mode. They come with the company’s own three-side bezel-less Full-View design, which allows the TVs to have a 94 per cent screen-to-body ratio. They come with a 6.9mm full metal frame and a diamond-patterned back.
The new Honor Vision series of smart TVs come with three in-house chipsets including a Honghu 818 Intelligent Display Chipset, an AI Camera NPU chipset and a HiSilicon Hi1103 Wi-Fi chipset. Both the TVs will also come with a motorised pop-up camera.
The new Honghu 818 Intelligent Display Chipset is an octa-core processor, which comes with a magic image-processing engine, which includes seven advanced image-processing technologies. These image-processing technologies include Motion Estimate and Motion Compensation (MEMC), High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR), Super-Resolution (SR), Noise Reduction (NR), Dynamic Contrast Improvement (DCI), Auto Color Management (ACM) and Local Dimming (LD).