Huawei Watch Featured

There haven’t been much announcements lately about any new smart watches coming out soon. There have been rumors that Samsung is slated to release their next editions of their smart watch lineup, but nothing has really come to fruition.

One smart watch that we know is coming for sure, is Huawei’s foray into the growing field. Back in March the Chinese company announced their first Android Wear smart watch, the Huawei Watch. However, there were no details about when the smart watch would be available.

Well, thanks to the folks over at Phandroid, we now know that the release may be coming sooner rather than later. The official product page on Huawei’s website has gone live, where folks can sign up to be notified when the smart watch is officially available.

Some may not have known, or had forgotten that Huawei was coming out with a smart watch. For those folks, we have a little spec sheet to share, to let you know what to expect out of the latest Android Wear device.

  • 1.4 inch AMOLED display
  • 1.2GHz Qualcomm Processor
  • 4GB of storage
  • 512MB RAM
  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • 300 mAh Battery

These aren’t earth shattering specs, and they definitely won’t rock the boat, so to speak. However, if you look at just some of the pictures of Huawei’s upcoming Android Wear device, you may just fall in love. The Huawei Watch is beautifully designed, and really features a more professional, and classy look. There’s also no sight of the flat tire that is found on the Moto 360, so no worries on that end either.

Let us know what you think about the new Huawei Watch in the comments section below. Is the impending release holding you back from jumping on the train for another smart watch?

Source: Phandroid
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  1. The battery life is really poor for a 2015-2016 smartwatch. It with no doubt a really good looking smartwatch, fancy and attractive. Hope they aren’t gonna overprice it just for a sapphire glass and only 512MB of Ram… Looking forward to the Moto 360 2.0

    • Personally, that’s what I’m looking forward to as well. However, the Huawei Watch does look pretty damn gorgeous.

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