Last week, Huawei unveiled the Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Pro+ flagship phones. These handsets will get a fanatical launch in China on April 8. The upcoming event in China also will see the arrival of another products. Today, Huawei unrolled a replacement poster to reveal that it’ll be unleashing the Huawei Vision Smart TV with built-in pop-up camera alongside the P40 smartphones on April 8.
Unfortunately, nothing else is understood about the mysterious Huawei Vision Smart TV. The Chinese firm had introduced its first 75-inch and 65-inch Vision Smart TVs last year in November. Priced at 12,999 Yuan (~$1,832), the 75-inch edition offered users with a Quantum Dot LED display. It produced 4K resolution with a high refresh rate of 120Hz along side HDR boost support. It came loaded with the company’s very own HongMeng OS (also referred to as HarmonyOS).