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Honor To Enter In Television Market

Back in last year, we came across a report which suggested that the popular flagship maker OnePlus is all set to enter into television business and they will launch smart televisions. Well, today we got a new report which suggests another Chinese brand is all set to enter into the television business and soon launch a 55 inch television.

The Huawei’s sub-brand Honor believed in working on a smart television which will have 55 inch display, and the television will be a smart TV. It is said that the company will launch its first smart television in the market very soon. However, the exact timeline is not available at this moment.

The information about the television is very limited but it is expected to come with the power of artificial intelligence. That said, earlier it was said that both the Huawei and Honor will unveil the smart televisions, and Huawei ‘Huawei AI Window’ trademark for its Smart TV which will be powered by AI voice assistant.

Furthermore, the Chinese giant Huawei is working on its AI-powered virtual assistant to make it easy and convenient for the users to control the TV. But it’s still under development stage and we will not surprise if Huawei plans to go with Google Assistant or Alexa for its Smart TV.

That’s not all, the reports also says that the company has made a team of around 200-300 employees under its Internet of Things division, who are working on this upcoming lineup of Smart TVs. So. that’s all the information we have for now but we are excited to see the difference between the Huawei and Honor branded Smart TVs.

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