Published on : Mar 03, 2015
Huawei's Ascend Mate 2, a 4G enabled smartphone was launched by the Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China telecom equipment and services multinational in 2014. In the Mobile World Congress being held at Barcelona, the company did not reveal any plans to launch a smartphone, however, the company has announced that it will now add three new wearable products to its portfolio: a smartband, a smartwatch, and a new headset.
The Huawei Watch is powered by Android Wear, features pretty compelling round hardware that reminds of an early product Moto 360. The watch has a 1.4 inch round AMOLED display, with 400x400 pixels of resolution for a 286 pixels per inch (PPI) rating.
The frame, hinge, and the crown of the device are made of stainless steel, and the packaging includes a magnetic charging station. The watch has 4GB internal memory, a 512 MB RAM, Bluetooth 4.1, and a Qualcomm 1.2 GHz processor powers it.
The Huawei Watch will reportedly also come fitted with an optical heart rate monitor, a barometer, and a 6-axis motion sensor, and a barometer. The watch counts climbing height, steps, calories burnt, distance, and a lot more things. For capturing and using the data, the company has announced a partnership with the company Jawbone.
Details regarding the availability and the pricing structure of the device have not been yet revealed.
The next wearable announced by Huawei is the Huawei TalkBand B2, a second generation TalkBand which combines an activity tracker and a bluetooth headset. The activity tracker is a device that can be used the individuals looking for a premium experience with a leather band and a metal bracket to for supporting the main module. The model also comes in the variety of TPU strap. This device also features a 6-axis sensor, and boasts a dual microphone.