Huawei Watch which was expected to launch in September last or October starting appeared on Amazon with launch date of 2nd September. Huawei are asking people to register their interest Stateside, with a message that the smartwatch is “right around the corner”.
The Watch has a full circular display without the flat tire, and its compatible with devices runnig on Android v4.3 and higher, also it will support devices having “iOS 8.2 or higher.” There’s the possibility that the watch has some other form of limited connectivity that works with iPhones. Or this could just be a typo.
The Huawei Watch has a diameter of 42mm which is bit smaller than its rivals, also with a thickness of 11.3mm which is more compact than the Moto 360.
The Watch has 1.4-inch, 400 x 400 one with a ppi count of 286 AMOLED display. Its the highest resolution yet on an Android Wear device and it’s made all the more impressive thanks to a 10,000:1 contrast ratio. It is powered by a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor and 512MB of RAM and, like all Android Wear smartwatches, has 4GB of on board storage.
The Watch will cost in the range of $349 to $799, with the former being the price tag of the variant with stainless steel body and black leather strap, while the latter being the cost of the gold-plated model.
The Huawei Watch packs scratch-resistant sapphire glass, like the forthcoming Apple Watch, and a stainless steel unibody design. It comes in gold, silver or black and there are both fine-grain leather and stainless steel strap options. In total, Huawei states there are 40 designs to choose from.
Huawei’s He Gang has said we shouldn’t expect the Watch before September due to Android Wear issues in China and, as mentioned, Huawei are asking people to sign up for updates in the US.