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  • 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). 

  • Rumours: New Huawei Watch for women?

    Rumours: New Huawei Watch for women?

    According to new rumours, a new Huawei Watch is currently under development and the wearable will be aiming at a new target audience - the ladies.

    Reports suggest the wearable design will be “rounder”, more elegant and coming in “feminine-looking” bands. Watch faces will also be designed to fit the female audience’s taste, don’t be surprised if the colour options are gold and rose gold which has been quite popular among the women. 

  • Huawei Watch officially announced with round steel frame and sapphire crystal

    Huawei Watch officially announced with round steel frame and sapphire crystal

    While it did get unveiled by ads a little too early, Huawei officially announced their first Android Wear smartwatch with the Huawei Watch. Powered by Android Wear, the Watch is round and made into a 42mm diameter cold-forged stainless steel frame. Other tech specs and features include a Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB RAM, Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity, 1.4-inch touch-sensitive AMOLED display, scratch proof sapphire crystal lens, heart-rate monitor and 6-axis motion sensors. The 1.4-inch round AMOLED display offers a 400 x 400 pixel resolution with 10000:1 contrast ratio while the body features a crown as well. It is coming in black, gold and silver, with various interchangeable metal, leather and other material straps. The Huawei Watch is compatible with both iOS and Android devices and comes with the usual health tracking features but the sensors should offer some other features as well. Unfortunately, no Malaysia release dates or pricing details yet. It is headed for Singapore with the first batch, so we expect third-party sellers to have the Huawei Watch available first for now.