Huawei just announced its first OLED TV, called Vision X65. It employs a 65-inch OLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate.
Of course, HDR is also on the list of features and Huawei says it can go up to 1,000 nits peak brightness according to the company it’s the world’s largest display on the market that passes the German TUV Rheinland certification for eye care.
For the ultimate viewing experience, the TV also boasts 14 speakers that output up to 75W.
There’s a pop-up camera mechanism on the top housing a 24MP ultrawide-angle camera used for video calls that’s driven by the in-house HiSilicon Hi3559C chip capable of AI computing using an NPU.
The camera also lets you use gestures for audio and video control by tracking human movement.
When talking about chips, we can’t miss mentioning that the custom Honghu 898 chip inside is specifically optimized for OLED screens that improve image quality by using AI algorithms. It does with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage.
The TV is asking CNY 24,999 (a little over $3,500) – pre-orders in China are starting today and shipping starts on April 26. Alongside the Vision X65, the company also announced a refreshed version of the old Vision TV called Vision V55i that will be selling for just CNY 3,799 ($540).