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Huawei Vision S Review

For the first time, we have a television to test and see how it behaves in real conditions. It also has unique characteristics that attract a lot of attention. Will these 55 inches be worth it? so keep reading review;

The box is huge. It measures 86cm high, 16cm deep and 138.5cm wide, and the weight of the entire packaging amounts to 20.3Kg.

If we look at the front of the box, it can be seen in the upper right corner as it indicates that it is a 55-inch TV, and right in the center appears the name of the model: Huawei Vision. The Huawei logo appears on the right.

On the sides there are unpacking instructions, remember to take into account the size of the TV and always follow the instructions indicated on the box, when we handle televisions of 55 “or more we must always unpack them taking into account the manufacturer’s instructions, and if it’s with someone else better. Apart from this, we also see that Huawei indicates on the box the warnings of fragile material and the logos of the main features: Bluetooth, HDMI, Dolby Audio and DTS-HD.

As soon as we open it, we find large volumes of “polystyrene” that protect the entire contour of the TV. Removing them little by little, we find the two support legs for the screen, a box that includes the webcam, a bag that includes the instruction guide, the screws for the base, the voice-controlled remote control, 2 batteries, a power cord and AV adapter cable.


This TV comes with the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system. It is a version very similar to Android TV but without Google support. In other words, it is a Huawei company’s operating system.

This form is “Global” with automatic updates but without Google services. Does not include sponsored apps. It also includes several languages, including English and Spanish.

This system has the application store “App Gallery,” which has only 35 applications. Perhaps the best known is that of Antena3 Player or that of Clan de TVE. None more is of interest. It does not have Netflix, PrimeVideo, DisneyPlus or HBO.

The main menu and settings are very easy to handle. It is very simple and intuitive, and we can find everything on the main screen.

And despite not being an Android TV itself, I have tried to install several applications that I thought were essential and were not in the store. Then I explain how I have done it.
Application installation tutorial:

The first thing I have downloaded to a USB memory is a complete file manager. You can also download the Apkmirror app. The purpose of either of these two applications is to facilitate installing applications (apk) from a USB stick.

On the other hand, I have downloaded several applications that I thought were interesting for television, such as Netflix, Prime Video, Zoom, Spotify, Firefox and Aptoide Tv. The latter is an application store for Android TV. (These apps can be obtained from various repositories, but I personally like APKMirror the most).

Once downloaded and added to a USB stick, I plugged it into the TV and installed APKMirror. Later, with this application, I added all the ones that I had in the USB memory.

Mention that only mobile applications worked, and those that were designed for Android TV did not work.

Other applications such as “Disney +” or “Google” would not even open them.

I have also tried Stadia and GeForce Now to play games, but it was impossible because the TV was not optimized for these applications.

For example, the YouTube application I have installed from the application store A ptoid TV. This app worked perfectly, even at 4K. On the other hand, Netflix and Prime Video did not run at maximum resolution despite having Widevine L1 security levels.

Another application that we believe is essential because it does not support DTT has been DTT Channels. We have also installed this application unofficially, and it is used to watch DTT channels over the internet.

I leave you some snapshots of how the screen looks using the Zoom, Youtube, PrimeVideo and Netflix applications (the latter two did not even run in FullHD quality).

To control the Huawei Vision S from our smartphone, it has a mobile application (available for all brands) that allows us to use our device remotely.


This new television maintains a traditional design with few frames. However, some details that are not usually seen stand out.

If we exclude the base, it has a width of 1230.1mm, a height of 714.1mm and a depth of 73mm; this is not one of the thinnest teles on the market. It weighs 14.2Kg. On the other hand, if we consider the support legs (the base), the width remains at 1230.1mm, the height increases to 753.6 mm, and the depth rises to 258 mm. The weight amounts to 14.7kg.

The thickest area of ​​this TV (not including the base) is 73mm, and the thinnest is only 9.6mm. We can hang it on the wall with a 200×200 VESA bracket but bear in mind that with the separation of the bracket that we buy plus the 7.3cm width of the TV, we will go to a distance of more than 10cm in almost any support option that we acquire.

The front is plain. It has a 55″ LED LCD panel with a 4K resolution (3840 x 2160). The pixel density is 80dpi, and the aspect ratio is 16: 9.

It is an LCD screen with VA technology. With this technology, higher contrast is obtained than IPS panels, although the viewing angle drops slightly. The type of subpixel is RGB, allowing the creation of the 3 basic colours. In addition, the refresh rate of the screen goes up to 120Hz. This gives a more fluid feeling. It also has an algorithm called “Smart MEMC” that allows you to adapt or simulate any video at 120Hz on the screen, although due to the absence of an HDMI 2.1 port, it will not allow us to enjoy the latest generation of 4K content consoles at 120Hz, limiting it to a maximum of 4K 60Hz

In terms of lighting and contrast, it has a direct LED type lighting (Direct LED), with a maximum brightness of 350 nits and a contrast of 5000: 1. These data are adjustable from the television’s menu, but since they do not have light sensors, they are not adjusted at the moment.

The colours are good. However, there is a difference if we compare it with other types of screens. In this case, the black is not all black as in the AMOLED panels, but the result is good. (If you have had an IPS TV, you will not perceive the difference in colours). The colour space is 92% DCI P3.

The colours can also be adjusted depending on the intensity we want. Likewise, you can also add more light to the image. It has support for the HLG and HDR10 standards, but not for HDR10 + or Dolby Vision.

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