Huawei Watch D retail packaging allegedly leaks out ahead of the wearable's launch
Huawei has become linked to a new "D" variant of its Watch line, tipped to stand out due to its inclusion of a new kind of health-tracking sensor only seen in a handful of other wearables such as the newer Samsung Galaxy Watches thus far. Now, its latest leak might lend more weight to this theory.
It consists of photos of a box purported to belong to a Watch D retail unit. An image of a novel wearable with a read-out on its squashed-square display that could indeed be a blood-pressure read-out - as it might look within the device's rumored version of HarmonyOS, that is.
The new leak might therefore dovetail nicely with reports that Huawei has secured official clinical approval to use the Watch D's new hardware in China. Accordingly, the new product might indeed be ready to go as informally teased on its December 23, 2021 debut date. However, there are now signs that it might be at least slightly outshone by another now believed to appear on the same stage.
The Watch Fit Mini is available in Europe, yet is not sold in China at present. HuaweiFans now asserts that its favorite OEM will correct this during its next wearable launch. With its specs, which include an AMOLED display and lenghty estimated battery life, it might be capable of pulling focus from its D sibling for some consumers.
The Mini version of the original Fit started at just €99 (~US$112), and would probably be at least as affordable should it be released in China.