Huawei's latest TV has a 120Hz QLED screen, pop-up camera
As an addition to its range of Smart Screen television, Huawei has introduced a premium 75-inch model. Dubbed as the V75, the new variant features a 120Hz QLED 4K screen, a pop-up camera, top-tier internals, and runs on the company's in-house HarmonyOS. Additionally, the tech giant has also launched an Apple HomePod-like Sound X smart Bluetooth speaker. Here's our round up.
Like the smaller 65-inch model, the V75 gets a metallic frame with black and mocha gold options. However, the screen is significantly larger at 75-inches. The panel is Quantum Dot Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 pixels) display which supports 120Hz refresh rate, 100% NTSC color gamut, 750-nits of peak brightness, and 178-degree viewing angle. There is also a built-in pop-up camera for video chatting.
The V75 is powered by a quad-core Hongjun 818 chipset, coupled with Mali G51 GPU, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. It runs on Huawei's own HarmonyOS 1.0 and supports the in-house Xiaoyi voice assistant. For audio, it packs six speakers, two tweeters, two radiators, and a woofer to offer a combined output of 65W and 5.1 multi-channel audio support.
Co-developed with France-based Devialet, the Huawei Sound X smart speaker looks like Apple HomePod. It packs dual 60W subwoofers and is touted to offer 360-degree surround sound experience. It also supports Huawei HiLink smart home connectivity, stereo pairing, hi-res lossless audio output, and in-house Histen sound algorithms. Under the hood, there is a MediaTek MT8518 processor, 512MB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The Huawei Smart Screen V75 is priced at 12,999 yuan (roughly Rs. 1,30,000) and will be available for pre-ordering in China starting December 12. As for the Sound X smart speaker, it costs 1,999 yuan (roughly Rs. 20,000) and is up for pre-order via VMall.