Huawei Malaysia recently posted a teaser image of the Huawei Watch on its Facebook page. Announced at MWC earlier this year, the Huawei Watch is the company’s approach to Android Wear. Combining both style and functionality, the watch does seem like a great smartwatch, it seems the Huawei Watch is ready to make its Malaysian debut.
Huawei has fitted the Huawei Watch with a stainless steel case and a 1.4-inch 400 x 400 circular AMOLED display, which is one of the sharpest amongst other smartwatches in the market. The device runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 1.2GHz quad-core processor coupled with 512MB of RAM, and has 4GB of internal storage. Other than that, the smartwatch comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and is powered by a 300mAh battery.
Being a smartwatch, the Huawei Watch also comes complete with a six-axis gyro, barometer, as well as a heart rate sensor. These sensors are responsible for the tracking of your heart rate, calories burned, distance travelled, steps taken and even climbed height. That being said, the smaller watch face and sensors built into the watch has also made it thicker. Thicker than a standard watch to be exact.
The Huawei Watch has been praised by many for its design and it seems that Huawei Malaysia is finally ready to bring it into the Malaysian market. It will be available in three colours – gold, silver, and black. Pricing information has yet to be revealed. Only time will tell how much the Huawei Watch will cost in Malaysia.
(Source: Huawei Device MY (Facebook))