After Xiaomi, Huawei can also enter the monitor market. In the first stage, three different models and high refresh rates such as 240 Hz are mentioned.
Technology giants tend to enter different markets in order to develop a wider product ecosystem and further increase the recognition rate of the brand, in addition to their growth targets. Previously, smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi produced monitors for gamers and was starting to sell. Even recently Offering a refresh rate of up to 360 Hz We heard that they will produce models.
Now, similar news comes from Huawei and they are apparently working on their own monitors. According to unverified reports, the company is developing three models targeting different price ranges. The Tepe model is expected to have mini LED-based FALD (full-array local area dimming) feature with 240 Hz refresh rate. Details on the remaining two LCD monitors are limited. According to some rumors, they will target low-budget users. It is also rumored that it will be a 23.8 inch curved monitor.
If the information about the flagship model is correct, we can see a “Fast IPS” panel monitor powered by mini LEDs and equipped with a FALD backlight system with a refresh rate of 240 Hz. At this point, a high peak brightness ratio and a very high contrast ratio can be offered in the model with FALD.
This model is unlikely to have a TN or VA panel as FALD technology is so expensive. In summary, we can say that the most expensive monitor will appeal to users who want high color accuracy.
There are currently two addresses to obtain Fast IPS panels with 240 Hz refresh rate: AU Optronics and LG Display. The most advanced Fast IPS panels can reach a resolution of 2560 × 1440 in 27 inches and offer 8-bit color depth.
There was no official confirmation from Huawei or any other source. However, Honor, a sub-company, has been selling televisions for a while and so they have experience with display technologies.
One of the question marks that comes to mind when it comes to Huawei is supply issues. As we mentioned earlier, by the U.S. Department of Commerce restrictions imposedComplicates Huawei’s business of sourcing components in many areas. In this context, even if they have a plan for player monitors, they may prefer to postpone.