Huawei has released the trio of smart TV X1 series under the subsidiary brand Honor. They run on the Harmony OS platform, which Huawei has developed to replace Android.
Huawei has shown the new smart TVs of the X1 Smart TV line, which it will be releasing under its subsidiary brand Honor. The main distinguishing feature of the new products is the lack of an Android TV OS, instead of which Huawei uses the Harmony OS platform of its own design, which is created specifically to replace Android.
For Huawei, Honor X1 Smart TVs are not the first based on their own firmware. Her debut took place on August 9, 2019, and the first TVs based on it were the 55-inch Honor Smart Screen and Smart Screen Pro, shown on August 12, 2019.
The Honor X1 Smart TV series consists of three models with diagonals of 50, 55 and 65 inches. The first country in which they appear on sale will be China, and their release will take place on May 25, 2020. On the same day in India, CNews reported, the premiere of smart TV Realme TV will be held, which, like the entire line of Xiaomi Redmi TV, will compete with the latest Huawei products.