Huawei will enter the ultra-competitive smart TV space using a newly unveiled self-developed operating system in its first model, even as history shows the company faces an uphill climb in gaining acceptance for its HarmonyOS.
The Chinese telecom equipment-maker on Saturday launched its first smart-TV products at its annual developer conference in the southern city of Dongguan, where the company has a key manufacturing site.
The 55-inch pair of smart TVs — the Honor Vision and Honor Vision Pro — will be priced at 3,799 yuan ($540) and 4,799 yuan respectively depending on hardware such as cameras and storage capacity when they go on sale on Aug. 15.
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