Huawei held a launch event on Dec. 21 to release its latest products in the Chinese city of Dongguan. Several products made their first appearances during the event, including Huawei’s smart home strategy and All-in-One whole-house solution, Huawei’s smart screen S series and a new Huawei Smart Screen for cars.
In March 2019, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, said that Huawei’s IoT ecosystem will be fully upgraded to an all-scenario strategy, creating an enriched smart home ecosystem.
Huawei announced today that it will continue to deepen the all-scenario smart strategy’s home adaption, aiming to work with the industry chain to create an integrated solution for consumers.
As part of Huawei’s multi-industry collaborative smart ecosystem, HUAWEI Vehicle Smart Screen is the first vehicle terminal device equipped with distributed technology, as well as the first in-car product supported by HUAWEI HiCar.
HUAWEI HiCar can connect mobile phones to the Huawei Smart Vehicle Screen, and establish a channel between cars and phones so that applications and services available on smartphones can be transferred to the in-car Smart Screen, offering a smooth and uninterrupted transition from phone screen to car screen.
After the initial pairing, when the smart screen is activated for the first time, Huawei smartphones can automatically connect to the Huawei vehicle smart screen without needing to take out your phone.
The pre-sale for Huawei Smart Screen for cars will start on Dec. 30, both online and offline. It will officially go on sale Jan. 8, 2021.
Huawei Smart Screen S series is a new addition to Huawei’s Smart Screen family, with a total of 6 models and three screen sizes – 55, 65 and 75 inches. HarmonyOS, its comprehensive ecosystem, and continuous updates drove the Huawei Smart Screen S series past the limitations of traditional TV hardware and software upgrades. The new series, priced at 3,299 yuan, brings smart interactions, cross-screen experience, and IoT control.
Huawei Smart Screen S 55″ 60Hz starts at 3,299 yuan, available for pre-sale online on Dec. 21 through various e-commerce platforms, and will officially go on sale on Dec. 26. Orders of Huawei Smart Screen S 65″ ( 4,999 yuan), Huawei Smart Screen S Pro 65″ (5,699 yuan), Huawei Smart Screen S 75″ (6,999 yuan) and Huawei Smart Screen S Pro 75″ (7,999 yuan) will begin on Jan. 8, 2021.
The Huawei Mate40 standard version, priced at 4,999 yuan, and HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro ECG (2,688 yuan) will also officially go on sale Dec. 21.