Today, technology and telecommunication firms are working towards introducing 5G technologies to the world. We’ve seen the likes of Huawei, Nokia, and Samsung among others have already introduced the technology and currently stabilizing and introducing it to several devices, smartphones being the major priority here.
Huawei, Samsung, Xiaomi, Oppo, LG already have some of their latest flagship handsets supporting 5G technologies. However, Huawei is not stopping on smartphones, the Chinese tech firm is reported by Nikkei Asian Review website that it’s working on the ‘world’s first’ 5G-connected TV.
The report adds that Huawei’s 5G TV is supposed to get introduced as early as this year itself. These TVs will include a 5G module and an 8K display panel to view high-quality content and view it in high definition screen. It is said that Huawei, in order to complete its consumer electronics ecosystem, is making a 5G TV.
Huawei already has laptops, smartphones and wearables, and TV will add to it.
Entering the business of Television, Huawei is expected to compete with the likes of Samsung, LG and among other manufacturers.
According to reports by Gadgets Now, the TV may not require fiber optics or cable boxes and could act as a router hub for electronics devices.
IHS Markit has forecasted that 8K TV shipments will increase from 20,000 sets from last year to 430,000 this year and up to 2 million in 2020.
Now that Huawei is working on a 5G TV with 8K display, it’s with no doubt that Samsung might not be far away. LG, Sony, and Oppo have also been rumored to be working on same TV sets.[related-posts]