Huawei released a smart screen for cars on December 21, claiming that users can experience smart travel without changing cars. The device is priced at RMB 1,699 ($260) and will be officially launched on January 8.
It features an 8.9-inch 1920*720 resolution touchscreen with a brightness of up to 700nit.
It supports cross-screen streaming of mobile apps, and already supports more than 30 apps, including mainstream navigation apps such as Baidu Maps and Gaode Map, and music apps such as Himalaya FM.
The device supports voice control and overhead gesture control. It can also connect to the original car stereo.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, said Huawei's HiCar has now partnered with more than 20 car companies and covers more than 150 vehicles.
He expects it to be pre-installed more than 5 million times by 2021.