The Huawei Watch has recently pulled from Amazon preordering page which was actually predicted to be compatible with iOS devices. Officially, the Chinese manufacturer announced it at this year’s MWC 2015 keynote as an Android Wear runner. Finally, it has been appeared on a teaser image pointing at September 2nd release date timeframe.
By posting an image on Twitter, Huawei advertised it through a tweet, that reads “Elegance and Power in perfect harmony,” followed by the date and the location in Berlin as well. So the wearable from Huawei which was listed saying that compatible with most devices with an iOS 8.2 or Android 4.3 or later operating system is coming this September. Pre-orders listing showed the base stainless steel model selling for $350, and going up to $800 for Gold-plated versions, but later trailed off.
Expected it to purchase in gold, silver and black colors with stainless steel and leather band options. Specifications wise, it features a 1.4-inch (400 x 400) pixels AMOLED Display, scratch-proof sapphire crystal lens, 286 ppi, powered by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon CPU, 512MB RAM, 4GB of eMMC, Android Wear OS and sensors includes; 6-Axis motion sensor, Barometer, heart rate monitor.
On the same date, Huawei is also expected to unveil its new smartphone with Force Touch display, dubbed Mate S. Stay tuned!