Huawei executives have been recently hinting at a big launch for its upcoming event for a while now. 8th April 2020 is an essential date for the Chinese tech giant, and it appears the company is gearing and preparing up for the launch of its most expensive consumer electronics product tomorrow.
Yu Chengdong, the CEO of Consumer BG at Huawei, had initially mentioned an important launch event on 8th April back on 27th March. This was also shared by the President of Consumer BG, Zhihao as well on Weibo, a Chinese microblogging website. According to the senior executives, the new expensive product is going to become a central product after its smartphone offerings.
In other words, Huawei is taking the launch very seriously and even going as far as giving it importance almost as high as its popular smartphone lineup. Unfortunately, the company has not revealed any specifics or the name of this new product. However, going by what has been teased so far, it is most likely a new flagship series of smart TVs.
Promotional images that have been shared online depict a Smart TV with a popup camera mechanism, which makes rumours of Air Gestures a possibility. Other catchy word phrases include “smart eyes” and the gadgets sound system as well. Furthermore, the TV is said to house a custom-designed chipset that will enable all f the various smart functions it will offer, and we are eagerly looking forward to it. So stay tuned and updated as we will be covering tomorrow’s launch event.
This information was confirmed by the Executive Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group Yu Chengdong (Yu Chengdong), as well as Vice President Zhihao Jerry (Zhihao-Jerry), who added that this new product ranks second for the company after smartphones.
Huawei is very seriously preparing to launch, while so far, the company has not specified what kind of device it is. However, it is suggested that we are talking about the flagship line of smart TVs.
A few days ago, information appeared on the Huawei Smart Screen X65 TV, which received a 24 MP retractable front camera, gesture control support, and a speaker system consisting of 14 speakers.