At the new conference of Honor Smart Life, a new product of the Honor Smart Screen X1 series was officially released. There are a few versions of 65-inch, 55-inch, and 50-inch.

Honor Smart Screen X1

The Honor Smart Screen X1 uses a 4K ultra-high-definition full-screen. It has a screen ratio of up to 94%, a wide color gamut of 92% DCI-P3, AI magic image quality engine support, and many more. The MEMC technology supports real-time dynamic picture compensation. The Honor Smart Screen X1 also uses a 3D streamer narrow border.

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The Honor Smart Screen X1 has 4 high-quality 10W speakers, coming with a 1L large sound cavity, 31-segment EQ sound adjustment, and supports the most advanced Huawei Histen audio processing algorithm. The speakers are polished in 7 rounds.

Honor Smart Screen X1

This series smart TV hosts the flagship Honghu 818 smart chip. It has an 8-core super-powerful computing power to smoothly decode 8K & 4K video, to achieve second-speed switching and video playback.

Honor Smart Screen X1

Also, it comes with minor and major screen magic interactive 2.0 upgrades. So now it supports two smartphones to screen at the same time without affecting each other. In addition to smartphone control, it also supports YOYO intelligent voice control.

It is worth mentioning that the Honor Smart Screen X1 has no switch ads.

In terms of the selling price, the Honor Smart Screen X1 65-inch version is priced at 3299 yuan ($464). The pre-sale time is from 21:00 on May 18 to 23:59 on May 24, and the first sale is on May 25. The 55-inch version of the Honor Smart Screen X1 is priced at 2299 yuan ($323).

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