It is interesting to hear about what Huawei is doing. Granted, it is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company from China, and it doesn’t have the North American presence of other Asian tech companies like Samsung or LG. Huawei is working working on a smartwatch of their own.
Unfortunately, the only thing that we currently know about the Huawei Watch is that it is “right around the corner”. This is from the official website, and their is no release date. Many have speculated that Huawei could officially unveil their smartwatch at IFA 2015, which is the same time that Samsung intends to unveil their smartwatch, the Gear S2.
Like the Gear S2, the Huawei Watch will have an Android Wear operating system, which is Google’s OS made specifically for wearables. We know very little else about this watch, other than it will have a 1.4 inch sapphire crystal AMOLED display and made of stainless steel. As for what is inside, it should have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 512 MB of RAM, and a 300 mAh battery.
Well, I’m going to make the same assumption that I made with the Samsung Gear S2 and say that it should probably be available by Christmas 2015 time, but who knows what for a price. We do know that it will be available in black, gold, and silver.