Huawei gaming display to use a 240Hz refresh rate & mini LED partition backlight

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Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, has a lot of issues on its hands right now. However, this is not stopping the company from developing and releasing new products. Earlier, there were reports that Huawei Display is coming soon. According to reports, this display will include low-end, mid-end, and high-end models. In addition, a recent Weibo report claims that one of the three displays that Huawei will release is for gaming. Furthermore, this gaming display will support a refresh rate of 240Hz, and mini LED partition backlight. There is currently a surge in the request for gaming since the advent of the coronavirus. Thus, the Huawei gaming display is coming just right on time. 

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Prior to this, Huawei and Honor smart display already have the Chinese 3C certification. According to the certification, Huawei ad Honor smart displays will use the same certification. The only difference between these devices will be the logo.  The certification information shows that Chinese company, BOE, will supply the display. 

Huawei gaming display to use a BOE screen

Looking at Huawei’s recent situation, BOE’s display is the best choice. Besides, the quality of BOE panels today can fully meet any demand from high-end to low-end. As of now, there is no information on the specification of this device. Nevertheless, there are rumors that Huawei and Honor will call this product “Smart Display”. We do not know if this device will be the same as the previous “Smart Screen” which Huawei/Honor already released.

According to previous reports, Huawei monitors have high-end, mid-range, and low-end displays. They have full coverage at one time and have been tested for more than a year. One of them is 32 inches and uses 512 or 1024 partitions similar to miniLED backlights. The first batch of Huawei products will be compatible with mobile phones in a special mode. It will be similar to the hammer TNT, or Realtek’s C-mount magic split-screen. These devices support the interactive operation of mobile phones and displays.

As of now, we can only imagine what the Huawei gaming display will offer. Apart from the 3C certification which confirms the BOE display, we have nothing else. The recent report is only a speculation and we can not confirm the authenticity of this report. For now, we will have to keep our fingers crossed and wait for what the device will offer.

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