Huawei, a Chinese technology giant, finally launched the first OLED TV, Huawei Vision Smart TV X65. The company has been plaguing 65-inch OLED panels and TVs with 120Hz refresh rates for weeks. The Huawei X65 is an ultra-thin body that is only 24.9 mm thick. Smart TVs have a high screen-to-body ratio and minimal panel perimeter. For now, TV has been launched in China.
The Huawei Vision X65 with premium features was released at 24,999 CNY (about $ 2,70,000 / more than $ 3,500). In terms of price, the TV supports not only large OLED displays but also HDR10 format. The company also claims to provide a peak brightness of 1,000 nits and that the display is also certified by TUV Rheinland. The TV also has a total of 14 speakers, all located below the display. The system consists of six full-range drivers and also has six tweeters and two woofers. Below the hood is a HiSilicon Honghu 898 smart chip designed for OLED. This processor claims that this processor uses an advanced multi-channel sensor to adjust the color and speed of the screen. There is additional support for ambient light to make the photo more natural to improve the overall image quality.
The TV also features a 24-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with HiSilicon dual NPU chips and 4T ultra-powerful computing power. This camera also supports Air gesture control and video calling.