While we’ve already seen it in various leaks, Huawei has today announced its Android Wear watch. The aptly-named Huawei Watch features a multitude of features and tracking capabilities.
It comes features a 42mm round display with a 286 ppi 1.4-inch AMOLED touchscreen above a heart rate monitor alongside 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and a 6-axis motion sensor. To top it all off, it comes with a Qualcomm 1.2GHz processor, wedged inside its teeny casing. That casing comes in gold, silver and black with 40 customisable watch faces to compliment it. There’s also a number of gender-orientated designs.
Those designs are important too – Apple made sure its watch would be a fashion accessory, something Huawei believes is also the way to go; previous smartwatches we’ve seen have essentially been a mini smartphone on your wrist, and have looked more hi-tech than fashionable (Samsung’s first Galaxy Gear for instance).
The Huawei Watch will pair with any Android phone that supports Android Wear and Bluetooth L, and will be available in mid-June 2015.
Source: The Next Web