Honor’s recently developed smart TV is loaded with notable hardware and it gives a feeling of the smartphone in various ways. The Honor Vision TV is having a thin body and covered in the metal frame. Besides this, it has two models, Vanilla and Pro. It comes up with IPS lined with 400 nits peak brightness and 55-inch diagonal screen and a 178° viewable angle. Further, it has TUV Rheinland certification for blue light protection and 87 % NTSC coverage. This launched TV will be the first Huawei device to get powered by Harmony OS. According to the news, sales will start in China next week.
HarmonyOS is the first step taken by Huawei to get independent from Google’s OS. The company started to plan about launching its own OS when Google suspended its license back in May. Though, it is said that HarmonyOS took good two years for its growth.
Huawei says, for now, the focus is being made on smart screens integrated with HarmonyOS. However, Huawei’s OS is runnable on PCs, wearables, tablets, and smartphones. The company further said that the OS is ready for use in its smartphones. But now, it intends to continue using Android for smartphones.
Honor Vision’s Hardware
If we talk about hardware, it possesses an octa-core processor, which will process the images on the screen. Further, it has Huawei’s Honghu 818 chipset. Huawei’s Honor Vision TV is served as a smart hub. In addition, it also notifies about the weather. This smart TV can be controlled by a smartphone.
It will set on sales on August 15th, most probably. The Honor Vision is $540 and Honor Vision Pro is $680.
However, the major difference between Honor Vision and Honor Vision Pro is a retractable camera embedded on the Pro. The internal storage is 16GB and 32GB respectively. The Honor Vision, for now, comes up with free on-site installation and a 30-day return policy.