The world’s first lock with HarmonyOS, Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro, is available for pre-order in China

Huawei has focused on expanding its product line as the brand faces severe sanctions from the United States and is unable to produce state-of-the-art smartphones.

Huawei’s Smart Door Lock and Smart Door Lock Pro were announced in China last month. Today, the company began taking pre-orders for both devices. The Huawei Smart Door Lock costs $392, while the Pro model is available for $580. They will go on sale starting April 28 in the Chinese market.

Both door locks run HarmonyOS, making them the world’s first smart locks using HarmonyOS. They are part of the HarmonyOS ecosystem and can be connected to other smart devices in the home.

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro supports 3D facial recognition, with artificial intelligence supporting self-learning, which will improve facial recognition over time. Huawei says there is a 1 in a million chance that the lock will let a stranger in. It features a camera from the P50 Pro smartphone that can identify objects within a 150-degree field of view.

The device recognizes people from 1 to 2 meters tall and can work in both bright and low light. Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro has a 3.97-inch display that allows the host to see people at the door.

Huawei Smart Door Lock Pro supports automatic unlock, fingerprint, smartphone, smartwatch, password, NFC card and physical key opening. Battery capacity of 8800 mAh provides up to 6 months of daily use.

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