Honor Vision TV Launched In China

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Honor Vision TV Launched In China

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After numerous leaks and teasers, Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor has finally launched the ‘ Vision ‘ TV in China. The device has a 55-inch 4K display and runs on the newly announced Harmony OS

Honor Vision TV Features

The newly launched TV from the company has an elegant design which is accredited to the metal frame that houses an edge-to-edge display. As previously mentioned, it features a 55-inch display that has 4K resolution and has a pixel density of 3840 x 2160 px. The display panel can produce 400 nits of brightness and has a 178 degree wide viewing angle.

The Honor Vision TV is kitted with the Honoghu Chipset that consists of quad-core CPU and Mali G51MP4 GPU which is clocked at 600 MHz. The TV has 2 GB of RAM which is paired with 16 GB of inbuilt memory. 

It runs on Harmony OS 1 which support multi-device interaction and Magic-link control that allows users to share content such as pictures from their smartphone wirelessly. The Honor Vision TV has 6 far-field microphones for a voice assistant that can pick up audio even when the user is far away.

It packs a powerful sound output that is delivered from 4 x 10 W speakers. Connectivity options on the Honor Vision TV include Bluetooth 5.0 and 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi. It also has a bunch of input and output ports which are as follows:

  • 3 x HDMI 2.0 ( 1 x HDMI  ARC)
  • 1 x USB 3.0
  • 1 x AV
  • 1 x DTMB
  • 1 x S/PDIF
  • 1 x Ethernet port

In addition to the regular variant, Honor has also launched a ‘Pro’ variant of the Honor TV that features 6×10 W speaker, Motorised Popup camera and 32 GB of inbuilt storage. Rest all the features including the display size and resolution are heterogeneous to the standard variant. 

Honor Vision TV Price

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Both the variants of the Honor Vision TV are currently available for purchase only in China. The price for two different variants are as follows:

  • Standard Variant: CNY 3,799 (Rs 38,000)
  • Pro Variant: CNY 4,799 (Rs 48,000)

To sum it up, Honor Vision TV is a value for money offering from the company. Unfortunately, India specific launch details of the TV are currently unavailable. Nonetheless, if it launched in the country it will give the aggressively price Xiaomi TV a run for their money. 

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