IT Home September 9 News September 19 at 20 p.m., in addition to the Mate30 series mobile phone release, Huawei Smart Screen will also be released in Munich, Germany. Huawei officially announced that Huaweis smart screen has really arrived. The reservation was officially opened at 10:08 a.m. this morning. Now Huaweis smart screen has been put on the shelf in Beijing and exposed some important information.
According to reports, Huawei Smart Screen is the main entrance to the family scene, and will become the familys smart interaction center, cross-screen experience center, IoT control center and video entertainment center. Huaweis smart screen will have three sizes: 55 inches, 65 inches and 75 inches, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huaweis consumer business, said in an interview.
Huaweis scenario intelligence strategy adopts a 1+8+N three-circle structure, covering four scenarios: family, office, car and sports. It also uses mobile phones to drive eight accessory entrances such as flat panel, PC, speaker, headset and more peripheral ecological equipment.
Huawei Smart Screen has self-developed smart chip, OS-level black technology, HiAI engine, Huawei Sound smart audio, AI picture quality engine and cloud service technology reserves.
Huawei Wisdom Screen will use self-developed smart chips. Officials say it will make interaction, sound and painting, and connection all-round smart.
Huawei Intelligent Screen is equipped with HIAI engine, which covers over 40 capabilities in 8 business areas: voice, natural language processing, face, human body, image, video, OCR and user portrait.
Huawei Wisdom Screen will be equipped with AI technology such as voice and vision, and can become a family intelligent assistant. At the same time, based on Huaweis sensing functions such as human body perception and light sensing, Huaweis smart screen can achieve more accurate message push.
In terms of cloud services, Huawei Smart Screen will also integrate audio and video content such as Huawei Video, Huawei Music, Cool Meow, Aurora TV, etc.
Source: Editor-in-Charge of IT Home: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541