Honor Vision and Vision Pro Smart TVs launching in India on October 14th

On: October 11, 2019

Honor’s Vision TV series is finally coming to India on October 14th. The TVs were launched in August in China as the first products to run HarmonyOS. The company is likely to launch both the models in an event in New Delhi.

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Honor Vision, Vision Pro Smart TVs: specifications and features

The Honor Vision and Vision Pro bear 55-inch 4K displays with a resolution of 2,160 x 3,840 pixels and 94 percent screen-to-body ratio. The panel also boasts of a 60Hz refresh rate, 400 nits brightness, 178-degree viewing angle and  87 percent NTSC wide colour gamut. Additionally, the smart televisions also feature German TUV Rheinland blue-light protection. They are also equipped with a diamond pattern on the back and three-side bezel-less design.

Honor Vision (1)

The two models are essentially similar however, the Pro variant comes with a 1,080p pop-up camera for video calling. It pops up automatically during video calls and can angle down up to 10-degrees. The Honor Vision Pro television also houses six 10W speakers with support for Hi-Res Wireless Audio called HWA and Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity. The standard variant, on the other hand, has only four 10W speakers. Both the models run on Honghu 818 CPU with a Magic image processing engine that supports HDR, noise reduction, super-resolution and dynamic contrast improvement. It also helps in auto colour management and local dimming.

In addition to this, the TVs also boast of an AI camera NPU chipset which offers AI abilities like body tracking, face recognition and posture detection. The Honor Vision Smart TV hosts a 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The Pro version houses 32GB internal storage coupled with 2GB of RAM. Both the products are also capable of working as Smart Home Hubs and feature a Magic Link function using which any smartphone/tablet can be used as a remote control. For connectivity, the TVs host Wi-Fi, three HDMI ports, one USB 3.0 port and an Ethernet port.

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