HarmonyOS is a major effort by Huawei to reduce its dependence on the Android operating system of Google. The firm has been open about its plans to create an alternative operating system since Google suspended Huawei’s Android license back in May, although it claims HarmonyOS has been in growth for over two years.
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HarmonyOS will eventually operate on everything from wearables to PCs and tablets, but Huawei says its focus is on “intelligent screens” like this for now. Although the firm has stated that the OS is prepared to operate on devices, it has said it is planning for the time being to continue using Android for its own smartphones.
As far as hardware is concerned, the TVs include Huawei’s Honghu 818 chipset, an octa-core processor that processes the screen-viewed pictures. They will also include a 55-inch, 4 K screen and, according to Gadgets360, can be used as a intelligent home hub. The screens can provide viewers with weather information and track packages, and can be controlled with a smartphone.
On August 15th, when they go on sale, the Honor Vision will run 3,799 yen (around $540), while the Honor Vision Pro will retail for 4,799 yen (around $680).
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There are some variations between the two versions: with a 1080p and 30fps resolution, the Honor Vision Pro also comes with an adjustable pop-up camera and six far-field microphones that can be used for video calling. The Honor Vision Pro also comes with six 10W speakers, with only four coming from the Honor Vision.
You shouldn’t expect the television quickly to come to the west. Previously, Huawei said it intends to concentrate its attempts with HarmonyOS on the Chinese market at first, which means it is unlikely that the phone will be accessible at the launch globally.