HONOR, an associate company of Huawei and a leading smartphone brand, has entered into smart tv segment and announced HONOR Vision Series at the 2019 HDC. Honor Vision 55 inch TV is equipped with three self-developed intelligent chipsets of Huawei—the Honghu 818 Intelligent Display Chipset, an AI Camera NPU chipset and a flagship-level Wi-Fi chipset. HONOR Vision is also the world’s first smart screen device to carry company’s self-developed HarmonyOS.
This TV is powered by octa-core Honghu 818 Intelligent Chipset which can handle heavy image-processing on large screens and run multiple tasks simultaneously. This TV has a Smart Pop-up AI Camera equipped with a dedicated HiSilicon Hi3516DV300 NPU chipset having features of face recognition, body tracking and posture detection. The camera tilt downwards by 10 degrees when wall-mounted and automatically hiding behind the screen when not in use.
HONOR Vision feature a 55-inch 4K HDR display with three-side bezel-less Full-View design having a screen-to-body ratio of up to 94%. The smart screen sports a 6.9mm full metal frame and a diamond-patterned rear, supporting an intelligent breathing light and TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Mode.
According to the company, the HONOR Vision offers an extraordinary audio and video experience, with a library of content and a range of other platforms, creating a one-stop shop for TV series, variety shows, movies, music, animation and more. HONOR Vision’s intelligent display is equipped with the Family Note Function, allowing users to transfer 600M images between their smartphone and display in just 20 seconds—100 times faster than transferring via Bluetooth.
HONOR Vision’s intelligent display utilizes the HONOR Magic-link function, allowing users to use their smartphone or Pad to search for programs, adjust settings, and more. It also allows users to simultaneously sync content being typed out on their smartphone or Pad to the HONOR Vision display. Using this function, users can also connect and project files without downloading any apps on their smartphone or smart screen, and can simply tap to activate NFC and enjoy a 1080P HDR content viewing experience. With an ultra-low latency of 100ms, users can connect devices to HONOR Vision within two seconds. Users can also swap between Miracast mode and DLNA mode seamlessly when watching videos, browsing images and gaming.
The HONOR Vision comes in two varaints of 2GB+16GB standard version and the 2GB+32GB PRO version, priced at RMB3,799 (USD 540) and RMB4,799 (USD780) respectively. It will go on sale in China from 15th August.