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  • Huawei Watch 2 review - Sportier standalone 4G LTE smartwatch with more functions

    Huawei Watch 2 review - Sportier standalone 4G LTE smartwatch with more functions

    When it first came out, the Huawei Watch was a super premium metal smart watch with one of the highest display resolutions at the time. Coming with a difficult to adjust metal band and Huawei Wear exclusive functionality along with a very high price tag, it isn't surprising that the first Huawei Watch didn't do very well. Fast forward to 2017 and the new sporty Huawei Watch 2 brings new features like a sportier more accessible design, standalone 4G LTE functionality and more. What has it improved? Find out in our 1 week review.

  • Rumours: Wondering how does the Huawei Watch 2 look like?

    Rumours: Wondering how does the Huawei Watch 2 look like?

    It had been rumoured earlier on that Huawei would also be launching the Huawei Watch 2 alongside the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

    Some images appear on the internet today, purportedly those of the Huawei Watch 2.

  • Android Wear 2.0: Which smartwatches will be getting it?

    Android Wear 2.0: Which smartwatches will be getting it?

    Android Wear 2.0, which was supposed to be released in Q4 2016, was delayed, and is now finally seeing the light of the day. Now, if you’re one of the previous-generation Android Wear Smartwatch users, you must be wondering, “Would this new update arrive on my wrists?”. Well, the answer is, Yes, but only to certain devices. Google has, Thankfully, provided the full list of supported devices that will be getting the Android Wear 2.0 update once it becomes available for your smartwatch.

  • More Android Wear 2.0 features

    More Android Wear 2.0 features

    It's been almost a month now since Android Wear 2.0 was revealed at Google I/O 2016, previously we covered briefly on what the new version has to offer and many publications didn't really show much. Thanks to 9to5google.com, we now have more new information on more features from Android Wear 2.0.

  • Digi offering savings, premiums and other goodies for customers at 4G LTE Carnival tomorrow

    Digi offering savings, premiums and other goodies for customers at 4G LTE Carnival tomorrow

    In case you haven't heard, a Digi 4G LTE Carnival by Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) will commence tomorrow (19 May) at all its 150 Digi Stores and Digi Stores Express nationwide until 30 June. The carnival is aimed to give customers the opportunity to take advantage of offers designed for those with all types of consumption and usage needs.

  • Huawei Mate 8 Carnival at KLCC offers free engraving service, prizes and more

    Huawei Mate 8 Carnival at KLCC offers free engraving service, prizes and more

    The Huawei Mate 8 is currently going live at KLCC Concourse for their Huawei Mate 8 Carnival. Available until 2 May 2016, the roadshow offers the recent Huawei Mate 8 trade-up program (so you can get it for less than RM300!), telco deals with Celcom, Digi and Maxis and plenty of prizes. These include a free Huawei G780 for the first 50 buyers and a Huawei ANC Earpiece for the next 50. 

  • Huawei shipped 108 million smartphones for #3 in the world, more collaborations coming in 2016

    Huawei shipped 108 million smartphones for #3 in the world, more collaborations coming in 2016

    Apart from the Huawei Mate 8 and other CES 2016 announcementsHuawei also revealed that they managed to ship 108 million smartphones for 2015, gaining the #3 position in the global smartphone market and the top smartphone position in China. Revenues were more than $20 billion for 2015, almost a 70 percent increase over 2014.

    Huawei attributes this success to continuous collaborations made with other top brands such as Google (resulting in the Huawei Nexus 6P), Swarovski (resulting in new Huawei Watch designs)  and Harmon Kardon (resulting in the MediaPad M2 tablets). Here in Malaysia, Huawei not only rolled out the Nexus 6P, Mate S and Honor 7 but also started off their Smart City solution. According to Huawei, 2016 will involve more collaborations, building upon the momentum of their achievements in 2015.

  • New Huawei Watches for the ladies is official and beautiful

    New Huawei Watches for the ladies is official and beautiful

    Last month, we reported a rumour that Huawei was planning a new Huawei Watch for the ladies and it turns out to be true. Two new variants, the “Elegant” and “Jewel” Huawei Watch were revealed at the CES 2016 and my, they sure look beautiful. 

    There’s no new tech specs on the new Huawei Watch, so it’s safe to assume it retains the same specifications as the current one. However, the Elegant and Jewel version are slightly larger than the original Huawei Watch with 44mm (42mm is the original). 

  • Huawei Watch hands-on video

    Huawei Watch hands-on video

    Most smartwatches don't actually look like a watch, but the Huawei Watch beautifully combines the best of both. Featuring a 1.4-inch AMOLED 400 x 400 pixel round touchscreen watch face and premium metal link band and design we did a hands-on video of the more expensive (RM1999) black-plated Huawei Watch. Check it out for yourself in this article.

  • Huawei Watch unboxing video

    Huawei Watch unboxing video

    The Huawei Watch combines an elegant yet traditional watch design with the highest resolution 1.4-inch AMOLED round touchscreen face of any smartwatch to date. Priced from RM1799 for the silver link stainless steel version we managed to get our hands on the Black Metal plated version at RM1999. Find out what else comes in the box for the RM1999 black plated Huawei Watch in our unboxing video.