Huawei’s newest sensible speaker, the Sound X, is being made in partnership with Devialet, a high-end audio firm known for its premium Phantom speakers. Engadget reports that the Sound X is accessible to preorder now for 1,999 yuan (around $285). However, there’s no word of a release outside of China.
The 360-degree speaker includes a 60-watt double subwoofer and comes equipped with a full array of Huawei services, including the company’s Xiaoyi voice assistant, Huawei HiLink smart home control, and support for Huawei music. Devialet, in the meantime, has offered its speaker lively matching (SAM) tech to cut back distortion as well as a push-push woofer vibration-canceling system, according to Engadget.
Whereas there are many high-end speaker firms on the market, Devialet has at all times stood out because of its ridiculously cool designs. Again in 2015, my colleague Dan Seifert mentioned that its Phantom speaker looked like the gun out of Portal, however to me, it’s at all times regarded extra like a sci-fi robotic’s head. Devialet’s newest collaboration is a bit more understated compared, with a design that just about appears to be like like somebody took a Mac Pro trash can and changed the underside third with a speaker grille. In any other case, I’d say it appears a lot like a HomePod if Huawei’s last smart speaker hadn’t already taken a few pages out of Apple’s e-book.