After launching wearables as the GS Pro, and Watch ES, Honor is reportedly gearing up to launch extra products and a gaming monitor is one of them. Presently, a tipster on Weibo has flowed out an image of what can be the upcoming Honor Display. And it has a bunch of reminiscence to a Huawei monitor that leaked earlier.
A tipster on Weibo going by the username “uncle watching the mountain”(Google translated) has leaked(via IThome) a picture of a monitor. It has a huge HONOR logo on the left side. The screen and surround frame is held by a cylindrical stand with flat main. The rear frame that covers the electronics bends and somewhat curves towards the sides. Even though the image does not give any technical specs, the tipster has stated it as “Honor Display” and “23.8-inches”. If his claims are real, the fresh Honor Screen will host 23.8-inch screen up front.
However, the post does not have any another info. Moreover, the rear picture shows a handful of ports and one of them is HDMI. We all know that Honor is a sister brand of Huawei and shares its resources. In that case, this might just be a rebadged version of an up coming Huawei display.
A some weeks ago, Huawei had said that it will launch new Monitors and customer grade PCs soon. And early news said it will outsource the monitors to Vison-Electronic Technology (BOEVT). Further more, Zhao Ming, at Honor HUNTER press-conference reportedly said that the manufacturer will launch fresh gaming monitors, routers, and additional products.
Following this, a leaked render of an alleged Huawei Monitor surfaced online. It had the same 23.8-inches. And a front side of the render showed panel with minimum bezels on 3 sides however thick bezels at bottom. The model number AD80HW had IPS LCD screen with 90% screen-body ratio, 72% NTSC color gamut.
That said, the fresh renders match same with the announced leak unless of course for logo changes. This sends a powerful notion that Huawei, and Honor displays will heading share the similar specs. Moreover, report says, the displays might have 144Hz refresh rate, spray paint on the rear. Huawei and Honor are coming to launch new gaming monitor prior this year ends and rival competitors like Xiaomi.