The Honor Vision is the first device to run Huawei’s new Harmony OS.
The Honor Vision is priced at CNY 3,799 and the Vision Pro with the pop-up camera is priced at CNY 4,799.
The display on the Honor smart TV is 55-inches with a screen resolution of 3840×2160 (4K) and a 94% screen-to-body ratio Honor says it takes 1 second to wake the TV from the button, and 2 seconds to wake the TV using the remote control.
Honor says the TV is lightweight and 6.9mm at its thinnest point. It has a full metal bezel, “3D arc design,” and a “diamond pattern” on the back. The Pro model also has a 1080p pop-up camera that can angle down up to 10°. The camera only pops up during video calls, and when it pops up there is a light that changes colors as it interacts with the user.
Honor has equipped the Honor Vision Pro model with 6 10W speaker boxes and a 1.6L sound cavity, the Huawei Histen surround sound effect, Hi-Res Wireless Audio (HWA) support, Bluetooth 5.0 support for the remote or to connect your headset or smartphone, and a loudness adaptation feature to normalize the volume when changing channels.