On August 10, Honor has officially announced Honor Vision as its first Smart Screen (TV) product and first to come with the company’s self-developed operating system HarmonyOS.
Zhao Ming, president of Honor, Honor Vision comes in two versions including a Pro variant with a pop-up camera (1080p support) both versions feature 55-inch 4k enabled display. The display has a 94% screen to body ratio, as the TV width is 6.9mm thickness.
The Honor Vision is powered Honghu 818 octa-core chip including two A73 cores and two A53 cores, and four Mail-G51 GPU cores. The TV also delivers integrated Histen sound quality optimization technology, Wi-Fi capabilities. The AI chips enable AI capabilities such as face recognition, posture recognition and more.
This TV comes packed with Harmony OS, There’s whole new User Interface, applications and as it also allows to connect several other devices for a cross-platform experience such as performing a video call directly using the Honor Vision to a smartphone.
Honor Vision standard version priced at 3799 yuan ($537) and the Pro version is priced at 4799 yuan ($679). Sales of this TV will start on August 15 in China.