Huawei Video’s AiMax Cinema is launched for ultra-high-definition films

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Huawei Aimax Cinema

Huawei has been branching out to include something more than smartphones. The Chinese company has not only come up with products that will come in handy in daily life, such as the smart suitcase but also has tried to incorporate its products into family entertainment.

The latest addition to its multifarious services would be Huawei Aimax Cinema. Huawei Terminal Cloud Service has announced on the 12th of September that Huawei Video has officially launched the AiMax Cinema. The latest from Huawei Video features ultra-high-definition, along with surround sound, high frame rate, phantom colour “view” and multi-device collaboration.

The launch of Huawei Aimax Cinema came as an announcement at the Huawei Developer Conference 2020. The conference not only announces its future projects but also introduces a few of the things that the company has been working on. This year’s Huawei conference too was not deviant as the Chinese smartphone giant mentioned that Huawei Video will be launched in AiMax theatres.

The new initiative comes featuring high-def, high-quality film sources. This will ensure that Huawei users are always met with a better audio-visual experience. Huawei also launched version 3.0 of the Huawei Video Strategy to upgrade the quality of both audio and video resources.

Furthermore, the company has stressed time and again on its new innovations will keep in focus the construction of children and education categories. It also focusses to achieve this resolution by coming up with new special content for smart screens and setting up a large screen area to provide users with rich programs.

Furthermore, Huawei AiMax Cinema will be jointly created with Hollywood movie giants such as Sony, Paramount, and Jebsen Chine TV. Huawei said that it will open up terminal equipment such as smart screens, smart speakers and VR to provide users with a full-scene, cross-terminal, intelligent and seamless coverage audio-visual experience.

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