Huawei Vision Lineup Brings AI Features & Popup Camera to Smart TVs

Following Honor Vision, Huawei has announced a smart screen under its own brand – Huawei Vision – which Huawei claims to be much more than just a TV. Just like the Honor Vision this one also runs on Harmony OS. Huawei Vision, the price for which hasn’t been announced, will initially be available in China before rolling out in other markets.

The Huawei Vision comes equipped with a plethora of smart features, justifying its tagline of ‘Make Intelligence Bigger’. For now, only 65″ and 75″ versions, with 4K Quantum Dot display and 120Hz refresh rate, have been commercially launched, whereas 55″ and 85″ will hit the markets later.

The product boasts all TV functions in addition to the intelligent interaction with IoT devices. The Honghu Smart Chip inside is used for AI Picture Quality Engine.

There’s a motorized camera as well called AI-Eye and a professional 5.1 surround sound effect which makes Huawei Vision a remarkable smart TV.

AI-Eye’s boasts impressive features such as AI Fitness (skeletal joint recognition) and AI Kids (pitch and body recognition for games) along with the usual video calls, face recognition and tracking.

The intelligent sound system complemented by 8 speakers, 1 subwoofer and 1 refractor and smart sound field modeling and beam control guarantee an enhanced cinematic experience.

Other features include:

  • Huawei Share – send files to TV
  • Intelligent Live Control – control the device with your smartphone
  • One-Hop projection – project your phone’s screen to the TV with one-touch at 60fps

The slim touch remote controller offers agile control due to a circular touchpad, with One-Hop projection chip below the usual volume control buttons.

Needing to be charged only once in three months, the remote also features smart key, return, power, voice control, and menu buttons. The easy-to-hold remort also comes with a USB Type-C port and Bluetooth 5.0 connection.

What are your thoughts on Huawei Vision? Let us know in the comments section.

  • 1 more way for China to spy on you, I mean come on, why would you need a camera on a TV? Really?!

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