Finally, Huawei has announced its first HarmonyOS-powered product in the market, and it is a pair of smart TV. Huawei is calling its new set of TVs as Honor Vision and Honor Vision Pro. There are reports that the TVs will go on sale in China starting from next week. Coming up with its own operating system HarmonyOS, Huawei has ultimately decreased the dependency of its products over Android. Following the US banned Huawei from doing business in the country, Google also suspended Huawei’s Android license back in May. Since then, the company was willing to bring its own OS in its upcoming devices, including smartphones. There are reports that Huawei was working on HarmonyOS for the past two years, and the operating system is finally here to drive new devices. Our news sources have reported that Huawei has designed its HarmonyOS in a way that it will run on all kind of products including wearables, PCs, and tablets. But at present, the company shared that it is focusing more on smart screens. Recently Huawei also shared that the HarmonyOS is ready to run on phones, but the company will use Android in its smartphones for the time being. Talking about the hardware part, the smart TV includes Huawei’s Honghu 818 chipset and an octa-core processor that will process the images seen on screen. The pair of TVs will also include 55-inch, 4K display, and it has been designed in a way that it will work as a smart home hub. Also, the screen of the TVs will be a bit special as it has been designed to provide information to viewers regarding the weather. Besides this, viewers will also be able to track packages. The display, in short, can be controlled with a smartphone too.