Huawei to launch a smartwatch in 2015
Although Huawei is a strong name on the global market when it comes to tablets and smartphones, they still have to release a smartwatch. The company unveiled the TalkBand B1 fitness tracker earlier this year and this first wearable will be joined by a device powered by Android Wear next year, says Richard Yu.
During an interview at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Huawei's CEO only revealed that the company's upcoming Android Wear-powered wearable will be "innovative and beautiful" but did not uncover any technical details. On the other hand, he made it clear that Huawei's next wearable will be a smartwatch, as he compared it to Samsung's Gear S. He only said Huawei's smartwatch will be "more beautiful" than Samsung's latest offering but did not elaborate.
While HTC allegedly dropped the idea of a wearable device for now, the Huawei smartwatch will have to face a strong crowd of devices powered by Android Wear. LG, Motorola, Asus and Sony already revealed them, while Apple may soon announce the iWatch, a long-awaited smartwatch that has been in the rumor mill for quite a while.
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