Aside from unveiling the new Honor 7 smartphones, Huawei has also taken the opportunity to announce the brand new Honor Zero smartwatch. Built with a number of features that are common in smartwatches, it seems that Huawei has put a little bit more effort in terms of aesthetics when it designed the device.
Featuring a touch display that is encased within its brushed metal round shell, it seems like there are not buttons on the Honor Zero which means that users will have to completely depend on its touch display in order to operate it. In terms on functionality, the smartwatch comes with a pedometer and sleep tracker together with the ability to display calls and message notifications.
In addition to that, the Honor Zero also has a battery life of around 4 days and is dust-proof as well as water-resistant according to the IP68 standard. Curiously though, Huawei somehow didn’t mention the operating system that the company has used on the device.
At the same time, the company also didn’t announce any pricing or specific release date for the device. All we know that Honor Zero will be meeting consumers starting this August, most likely in China first.