Huawei TV: 8K And 5G

Posted: May 2 2019, 1:13am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Huawei TV: 8K and 5G

Chinese tech giant Huawei plans TV.

Huawei is reportedly entering the TV market this year with an the world's first 5G Television. The 2019 Huawei TVs would be equipped with a 5G module as well as an 8K resolution display, sources familiar with the plan told the Nikkei Asian Review.

In a future world where you get broadband via 5G instead of a wire, a 5G TV makes sense. Because of the ongoing war between the United States and Huawei over security and spying, the new 5G TV will likely not be available in the US. The Huawei flagship phones like the Huawei P30 Pro are only available as imports.

Huawei is the world's biggest telecom equipment maker and is as of last quarter the second largest smartphone maker behind Samsung in terms of shipments.

The first 2019 8K TVs from Samsung are available on starting at under $5,000.

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