It’s now official and happened in the United Kingdom, Huawei Smartwatch has finally entered into the market as the latest Android Wear smart-wearable from Huawei. The long-awaited Huawei Watch is getting better at smartwatch design and following the Moto 360 aesthetics, we’re starting to see some stylish Android Wear devices. Today with the availability of this Huawei’s first circular timepiece shown its face at this year’s MWC in Barcelona. Starting today, the Huawei Watch can be pre-ordered from vMall and select Selfridges stores.
Priced at £289, the Huawei Watch costs for the silver model with a leather band and you will need an extra cash to pay for the ceramic black model, which is the budget climbs up higher if you prefer a dressier link or mesh strap. Impressively, the rose gold Huawei Watch model will reportedly set you back an eye-watering £599.
After all, it is a smart watch but spending such a larger amount in cash to purchase Huawei Watch will reward you with some top-end Android Wear specifications. Smartwatch fitted with a leather band and equipped with a 1.4 inch circular AMOLED display offering a resolution of 400 x 400 pixels at 286 PPI and sporting a 6-Axis motion sensor that includes a gyroscope and accelerometer.
It is powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor and 512MB of RAM, which should be plenty for Google’s wearable OS and a smattering of third-party apps. It is backed by a 300mAh package that keeps the device ticking over and as mentioned already, it even has a heart-rate sensor, should you want to take it out on a run.
The Huawei Watch is designed to be part of your look, and part of your life. It pairs with any Android phone and it’s also one of the first watches powered by Android Wear to work with iPhone.
True style never compromises. With the Huawei Watch, classic Swiss design meets smart technology to create an enduring timepiece. A superior full circle display offers a window onto the world, and the always-on screen lets you see what matters most, with just a glance, an ergonomic button is placed at 2 o’clock, for ease of use.