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First Huawei mini LED Smart Screen will unveil on July 29


Today, Huawei has released two new promo posters that confirmed the launch of the company’s first mini LED TV – Huawei Smart Screen V 75 Super at a flagship product launch conference on July 29.

At this global event, Huawei will unveil the highly anticipated flagship Huawei P50 series along with a bunch of new smart products. The upcoming devices are Sound X speaker, Children’s educational tablet, Band 6 Pro, and more.

The shared official promo poster discloses that Huawei Smart Screen V 75 Super will be powered by HarmonyOS 2.0 system and comes with 46080 SuperMini LED to support fine light control to precise colors.

In addition, the tens of thousands of independent light-sensitive eyes work collectively to cover the eyelet chain become the ultra-sensitive light and shadow catcher.

Moreover, the poster also reveals that this new smart TV is equipped with a 20 unit Devialet high cinema sound system to provide the original audio for a complete entertainment.

Huawei mini LED TV V 75 Super

About Mini LED Technology:

The Mini LED is the advanced LED TV technology to deliver better control of the backlighting, leading to better image quality. It works similar to LEDs but they are much smaller and it can reach a higher peak brightness than an OLED TV.

Advantages of Mini LED:

  • Greater contrast and improved black levels
  • Mini LED tech is better at displaying HDR content
  • High-speed response
  • Low power consumption and more.

Several TV brands planning to adopt mini-LED displays this year:

The mini-LED display hasn’t exploded yet and it is expected that it gets boosted once a top brand – Apple adopts this display tech. However, it was reported that Apple is working on several devices and using the new display tech in them.

On the other hand, LG announced that its QNED TVs will use Mini-LED backlight technology. While Samsung hasn’t announced any mini-LED TVs yet, but we expect the South Korean major to be a big champion of this display tech in the future.

(Source | Weibo)