All the rumours roundup about the Huawei Watch GT 2, Band 4, smart TV with Harmony OS and more
In just a few hours, Huawei will be unveiling the new Mate 30 series in Munich, Germany and not only that, but we heard a bunch of other products releasing soon such as a new Huawei Watch GT 2, Huawei Band 4, and a smart TV with Harmony OS. Here's what we know so far.
Previously, the Watch GT 2 has already been confirmed that it will be running on Harmony OS, a new operating system by Huawei as well as a Kirin A1 chipset. Besides that, there should be two variants just like the predecessor - a 42mm and 46mm size with 1.2-inch 390×390 AMOLED display and 1.39-inch 454×454 AMOLED display respectively.
According to AndroidHeadline, the smaller watch might not have LTE connectivity as it won't have a microphone. but WinFuture says otherwise but only for the bigger watch (along with a 445mAh battery). Besides that, both support Bluetooth 5.1/5.1 LE connectivity, GPS, gyroscope, geomagnetic sensor, barometric sensor, and an optical heart rate sensor. Since it's also made for sports, it has 5ATM grading for swimming.
The leaked Huawei Watch GT 2 from @evleaks
Leaked images of the Band 4
We also can't forget about the Huawei Band 4 too, rumours say it will sport sensors such as heart rate and even an oxygen saturation (SpO2). The leaked images also tell us there's a USB connector and it doesn't seem that the straps are detachable. Other than that, nothing else on the tech specs.
As for the smart TV, Huawei announced that the first product to use Harmony OS is the HONOR Vision smart TV and it's already on sale in China. Since it will be a Huawei show, it's quite likely that they will present it as the Huawei Smart TV and said to feature a pop-up camera, Huawei Share and Huawei Sound which could be the speakers.
Huawei Smart TV?
Lastly, there's a good chance that Huawei could unveil the MediaPad M6 tablet. It's already on sale in China, featuring a Kirin 980 processor, a 10.8-inch and 8.4-inch display but they might not pre-install any Google services at all. Harmony OS, perhaps? We will see.
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