Huawei, a company that is known for bringing innovative design and technology to its device and accessories has recently launched a new smart speaker in partnership with fancy French audio company Devialet.
"By partnering with @Huawei to unleash the full potential of #HuaweiSoundX we continue to bring our best-in-class audio technologies to an even wider audience globally.” - Franck Lebouchard, Devialet CEO#Huawei #HuaweiSoundX #HuaweiKeynote #Devialet pic.twitter.com/fRxoEOSUzj
— DEVIALET (@DEVIALET) November 25, 2019
Known as Sound X, the design is sleek and sturdy bigger than Apple’s HomePod measuring 203mm in height, 165mm in width and 3.5kg in weight.
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The speakers offer the latest specs, with 360-degree sound and a 60W dual subwoofer and operates with a quad-core processor.
This device is equipped with 512MB RAM and 8GB ROM storage along with HiLink smart home control feature and Huawei's Xiaoyi voice assistant.
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The device will cost you a whopping $284 in China and the complete stereo set for $552 however, at present there is no confirmation on international availability.
This article originally published on Mashable.
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