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There is now a Huawei HarmonyOS powered water bottle with a touchscreen display

The smart water bottle is available in three colours. (Image source: Huawei)
The smart water bottle is available in three colours. (Image source: Huawei)
Huawei has developed HarmonyOS for multiple products, including water bottles. The smart water bottle has a touchscreen display, can sync with a smartphone and contains numerous sensors for monitoring water levels.

Huawei has brought HarmonyOS, its in-house operating system, to a smart water bottle. According to a listing on Vmall, the smart water bottle utilises 316L stainless steel, finished in black, blue and white. Supposedly, the water bottle contains an antibacterial coating that kills 99.9% of germs.

The smart water bottle also has a customisable touchscreen display. As one photo implies, the bottle can display your name. In other photos, Huawei shows that you can track the bottle's internal temperature and its remaining capacity. For reference, the bottle can be up inaccurate by up to 8%.

Supposedly, the bottle is IPX7 certified too, while its 250 mAh battery should last up to 20 days between charging. Sadly, the device relies on a proprietary charging cable. Currently, Huawei sells the bottle for CNY 159 (~US$25). It is unclear if Huawei plans to release the device globally, however. Third-party retailers may start selling the bottle eventually, though.

(Image source: Huawei)
(Image source: Huawei)

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Alex Alderson, 2021-12-13 (Update: 2021-12-13)