Early this month, it was reported that Huawei is preparing to launch a new smart screen, which is likely to arrive on March 25. Additionally, the upcoming screens will be powered by HarmonyOS and may be debuted in A-series.
According to the latest information coming from Weibo tipster – Uncle Mountain discloses that Huawei has passed China’s 3C compulsory certificate for coming smart two-screen series under the model name HD75FREA and HD55KANS, HD55KANA.
The certificate reveals that HD75FREA will sport a 75-inch screen and the power consumption level can hit up to 400W. Meanwhile, the HD55KANS and HD55KANA may arrive in 55-inch sizes. Other than this, there is no more information revealed by the tipster for these upcoming Huawei products.
At the moment, Huawei owns three smart screen series including S-series with code name Kant, V-series with HEGE, X-series as Plato, Honor smart screen as Oscar, and the latest one identified as Frea.
Previously, a tipster also gives some indication towards the company is working to launch the Huawei 8K TV, which could be revealed around May 2021.
Aside from this, in the past, some sources leaked the specification of a 65-inch smart TV that comes with 3840 x 2160 resolution, and 5mm x 908.6mm x89.1mm dimensions. It supports 4K touch, anti-reflective, glare, and anti-blue light technologies as well as Huawei’s self-developed color gamut enhancement technology.
To be mentioned, Huawei’s last launched smart screen series was S-series that brought support for HongmengOS (HarmonyOS) distributed capabilities, 13 MP AI smart eyes, 4*10W high-power Huawei Sound smart speakers, remote housekeeping functions, and more.