I'm only going to release one of the posters for Huawei's first OLED television because you probably won't get too much of it.  According to Gizchina, the Huawei Smart TV X65 will feature a new type of display technology. It will use a number of sensors to adjust the color, brightness, and refresh of the 65-inch screen depending on the environment. In fact, it is full of ambient technology.
There are some other cool features that have also been tested with Huawei's first OLED TV. One is the 14 (yes, 14) speakers that are spread across the frame of the TV. The Smart TV X65 emits sound waves to measure the room and then adjusts the audio accordingly. This is similar to the Apple HomePod Smart Speaker and offers an outstanding experience.
The other key features of the Smart TV X65 are a 24-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera that pops out of the TV. Richard Yu further suggested that you might be able to control Huawei's first OLED TV with gestures, not a remote control or your voice.
All in all, everything sounds damn impressive.
So why not? Aren't you sure about Huawei's first OLED TV?
While the surrounding display, sound technology and gesture controls sound cool, I'm irritated when I have a lot of them on my TV.
Yes, the webcam is a blast-up model – that is, it doesn't watch you all the time – but there is something about the intrusion of this type of technology into television that makes me a bit uncomfortable.
Damn, I even ignore the webcam itself, the arrangement of sensors and microphones for the screen and the audio don't exactly fill me with joy. It's hard to say exactly why, but I'm fine when I have this type of technology on my laptop, but the thought of it running on a TV worries me.
Maybe it's because I see films or TV shows as a passive, relaxed activity – no time to collect data about myself or to watch myself. Maybe it's because my TV is in the middle of my house and is recording a lot of data. Whatever the reason, it doesn't feel quite right.
Hell, I'm making sure I don't connect my TV directly to the Internet and use an Apple TV for privacy practices.
Is it all logical? Not entirely, but privacy is not always rational.
Let me put it this way: I appreciate all the cool things Huawei's first OLED TV tries, but I'm sure I don't want to have one in my house – no matter how good it is.
Further details on the Huawei Smart TV X65 will be announced shortly by the company. Rumor has it that availability and prices will arrive on April 8th.
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Published April 7, 2020 – 10:02 UTC