Huawei has thrown its hat into the wearables ring. It has announced its first wearable watch at the Mobile World Congress. The Huawei Watch will be the first smartwatch for the company.
It is a round Android Wear watch, with a 400×400 1.4-inch AMOLED touchscreen. The touchscreen is 286 ppi at a 10,000:1 high contrast ratio, definitely one of the most vibrant displays in the market. The watch itself has a stainless steel body, a 42mm round face and consists of corrosive-resistant material.
The specs: 4GB storage, 512 MB RAM, a motion sensor, and a 1.2GHz processor. It will be in gold, silver, and black, along with 40 unique watch faces to choose from. It will come with a magnetic charging station so that it is easier to charge. The watch also offers lugs for interchangeable straps.
The watch will pair up with any Android phone running Android 4.3 or higher through Bluetooth LE. It also comes with SMS, email, calendar, app, and phone call notifications. The motion sensor will be able to detect whether you are walking, running, etc. You also get a heart rate sensor.
Huawei Watch will be available in more than 20 countries. Pricing has not yet been set.