Huawei bringing smartwatch to Mobile World Congress

Huawei bringing smartwatch to Mobile World Congress

Chinese hardware maker Huawei will bring its own smartwatch to Mobile World Congress later this month, says the Wall Street Journal. In addition to its first wearable device, Huawei will also introduce a pair of tablets and a new smartphone. The phone will be the successor to the Ascend P6, which has been rumored as of late to be the Ascend P7 “Sophie”. Unfortunately, Huawei stayed tight-lipped about the smartwatch; we’ll have to wait until February 24 to find the official details.

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