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Chinese electronics giant Huawei, in a collaboration with Dolby Laboratories on Tuesday, announced the launch of its first Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) set-top box, called the “Huawei Q22” that supports Dolby Vision HDR or High Dynamic Range technology. The box also supports HDR content which offers more true-to-life colours and far greater details. Unfortunately, the pricing details and availability of the Huawei Q22 IPTV set-top box have not been revealed by the company yet.

The company says that the Huawei Q22 IPTV set-top box features Dolby Vision that delivers unbelievably sharp, crisp images, more true-to-life colours, and far greater detail in both dark and bright scenes. This high dynamic range technology improves the colour reproduction on television sets and offers more brightness.

The new Huawei Q22 set-top box enhances your TV viewing experience by delivering greater brightness and contrast as well as a fuller range of rich colours. Dolby Vision is an advanced technology that basically used by Hollywood directors, major studios and TV OEMs worldwide from content creation to distribution and playback. In today’s ultra-modern era, Dolby delivers extraordinary viewing experiences in broadcast, music, movies and even in gaming that enable Dolby Vision to offer superior experiences to home viewers.

“It is tremendously exciting to see Huawei deliver the first IPTV set-top box with Dolby Vision support, adding to the ever-expanding list of Dolby Vision ecosystem partners,” said Giles Baker, Senior Vice President, Consumer Entertainment Group, Dolby Laboratories.

Speaking about the Huawei Q22 IPTV set-top box, Guipei Chen, Vice President, Huawei Video Domain, said, “Providing our customers with a spectacular HDR entertainment experience at home is a priority for Huawei.”

“Working with Dolby to incorporate Dolby Vision into our set-top box product allows us to enable IPTV content providers to deliver content with dramatic imaging, incredible brightness, breath-taking contrast, and a fuller range of colours to Dolby Vision enabled TVs,” Chen added last.