For several months now, there has been talk of Huawei’s entry into the world of smart TVs and now it appears that the first TVs could be coming soon to the market: two models of 55 and 65 inches have recently been certified.
In recent days, the topic of greatest interest at Huawei is (inevitably) that of the complex issue with the United States and the countermeasures that the Chinese giant is preparing in the form of its own operating system, the future of the brand obviously also passes through the new products that will be brought to the market.
In this regard, TVs come into play: the Chinese manufacturer has confirmed through the words of its CEO that it is interested in this market but has also shown its willingness not to produce TV in the traditional sense, but rather smart screens that can act as real multimedia hubs.
The rumors that the first 55-inch and 65-inch models destined to reach the market last April were denied, now two models with the same diagonals have been certified by China Compulsory Certification (CCC).
Codenamed OSCA-550 / OSCA-550A, this Huawei TV should debut on the market in two variants. The first, the 55-inch one, would have a panel produced by BOE, the same manufacturer of the P30 Pro and Mate 20 Pro screens. Among other things, if you didn’t know it, BOE is currently the largest producer of TV panels, even more than Samsung and LG. The other model, on the other hand, would have a 65-inch diagonal and would be produced by Huaxing Optoelectronics.
All this in order to succeed in conquering the TV market, after that of smartphones. According to rumors, Huawei’s goal would be to sell 10 million units a year. Still not given much to know about the peculiar characteristics of Huawei TV, even if we talk about the presence of a dual camera and support for games and social functions. Meanwhile, did you know that OnePlus is also working on its smart TV?