Huawei reveals the Huawei Vision X65, its first 65-inch 120Hz “OLED” TV supporting HDR that extends up to 1,000 nits of maximum brightness. Huawei flaunts it to carry the largest display panel in the market as of now with German TUV Rheinland certified boasting eye care.
The Vision X65 brags a total of 14 speakers outputting up to 75W. Moreover, the top boasts a pop-up camera mechanism giving room to a 24MP ultrawide-angle camera sensor that can be leveraged for video calls, steered on an in-house AI computing veteran HiSilicon Hi3559C chip utilizing the Neural Processing Unit (NPU).
Apart from that, the camera also keeps track of the human movement thereby allowing you to use gestures in order to control audio and video.
The inside sees the custom Honghu 898 chip that is particularly said to be tweaked for OLED panels thus enhancing the quality of images greasing over the AI algorithms. As for the memory, the Vision X65 comes with 6GB of RAM alongside 128GB of onboard storage.
The Huawei Vision X65 already went up for the pre-orders, for CNY 24,999 (~$3500), in China starting from 9th April with shipping scheduled as of 26th April.
Huawei, alongside the new Vision X65, also disclosed a revamped model of an older Vision TV, the Vision V55i that will go on a sale starting at CNY 3,799 (~$540).