The next day after the presentation of the new operating system Huawei HarmonyOS in Beijing, was presented the first devices under its control — smart-TV Honor the Vision and its more advanced model Honor Vision Pro.
Honor Vision a sleek at 6.9 mm body with a narrow metal frame. Pro-version of the television in the upper side is retractable camera with a resolution of Full HD (1920×1080 pixels), AI-features and support for video calls. The camera can be tilted 10 degrees for the selection of the desired angle.
In the lower part of the screen is a pulsating strip of LED, the functionality of which will develop along with the TV.
Honor Vision is occupying 94% of the front panel 55-inch 4K display with a brightness of 400 nits, viewing angles up to 178° and a coverage of 87% color range of NTSC. Also declared support for HDR and technologies improve image SR (Super Resolution, convert Full HD to 4K), MEMC (increases the smoothness of display images).
System Honor Vision Pro presented by four broadband and two tweeters with a capacity of 10 watts. Normal Vision only got four speakers, but also with 10 watts. The TV has six microphones with a proprietary utility Histen for voice assistant Yoyo.
Honor brand Vision is built on 4-core chipset Honghu 818, consisting of 2 high-performance cores ARM Cortex-A73, 2 energy-efficient Cortex-A53, Quad-core graphics Mail-G51 and neural co-processor HiSilicon Hi3516DV300. Regular Honor Vision got 16 GB of memory, but the Pro version is 32 GB.
To control your TV you can use your smartphone, and a special NFC sticker allows you to easily transmit images from the mobile device. Honor Vision also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0 and voice control.
The timing of the sales and cost
Both versions Honor Vision now available for pre-order in China. In selling new items will appear on the home market from August 15 in the basic and Pro version. The cost of the basic version is 3799 yuan ($537 104 or 35 rubles), and Pro — 4799 yuan ($679 or 44 345 rubles). Sales in other markets are not yet reported.
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