Honor Vision X2 Smart TV gets 800 yuan ($125) discount for Double 11 sale

Honor Vision X2 Smart TV gets 800 yuan (5) discount for Double 11 sale

Last month, at the Honor Smart Life event in China, the newly independent company officially announced the Honor Vision X2 series of smart TVs in its home country. It comes in three different sizes — 43-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch.

Now, it has been confirmed by the company itself that the Honor Vision X2 series of Smart TVs will be discounted by up to 800 yuan (approximately $125) during the upcoming Double 11 sale in China.

The 55-inch model, which is priced at 2,699 yuan (~$421) will be available at a discounted price of 1,999 yuan (~$312). On the other hand, the 65-inch model, which regularly costs 3,499 yuan (~$546), will be available for 2,699 yuan (~$421).

Apart from the discounted rate, the company is also offering a 3-year warranty for the newly purchased Honor Vision X2 TVs in China. Do note that the offer is for the Double 11 sale, which will take place on 11th November.

All the models in this series come with 4K UHD screens with 92 percent DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, a 25 percent increase over the first generation panels. They are HDR10 compliant and comes with anti-aliasing optimization, NR noise reduction, and a few other functions. The devices have also passed the German Rheinland non-flicker certification and Rheinland low blue light eye protection certification.

Honor Vision X2

Under the hood, they are powered by a MediaTek chipset which packs four Cortex-A53 cores and a Mali-G52 MC1 graphics processor. As for the memory, the TVs come with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.

There’s a dual-band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) WLAN chip with a 2×2 MIMO antenna for high-speed internet connectivity. The TV is equipped with a self-developed Cast + Projection protocol that can reduce projection delay by more than 60 percent. There are also USB-A and HDMI ports along with RJ-45.

The Honor Vision X2 models are running the company’s own Magic UI out-of-the-box which the company says brings an immersive and ultimate user experience. It’s not known if the Magic UI is based on HarmonyOS or the Android operating system.


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