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Huawei Smart Watch Officially Introduced in Europe

Huawei Smart Watch Officially Introduced in Europe at IFA, 2015

Huawei Consumer Business Group (BG) officially introduced the new Huawei watch to markets in Europe at IFA. The watch, with its classic design, inspired by Swiss timepieces, will go on sale in many countries soon. This is the first smart watch in the Huawei wearable family and is also the first watch on the market to truly bridge the gap between fashion and technology.

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The Huawei watch, powered by Android Wear™, would enable its user to stay connected wherever he or she is, with instant alerts for calls, texts, instant messages and emails. With Bluetooth connectivity for wireless headphone usage, coupled with offline music download support, staying active would become a lot easier with Huawei smart watch. Music can be started via voice commands, with users able to search for destinations and navigate their way they are using the same voice actions. Locating missing phones has never been easier than with the watches “find my phone” function.

With the help of the latest version of Google’s Android Wear™, both Android and iOS users will be able to connect to the Huawei Watch.

Huawei’s smart watch face is unique in design with its fully circular face and crown located at the two o’clock position.

There are a range of rose gold, stainless steel and black frames to choose from, as well as a variety of modified watch face designs, across a range of classic, luxury, and business, feminine, modern and simple aesthetics.

The choice of straps includes stainless steel mesh, stainless steel links, rose gold, and black-plated stainless steel links, and brown and black leather. Easy to change, they will fit any watch strap with 18mm width lug interface.

The Huawei watch is multi functional, for example, it includes a heart rate monitor sensor (PPG sensor), which can accurately measure heart rates. The sensor protrudes slightly for better skin contact and greater accuracy.

The 6-Axis motion sensor, with a gyroscope and accelerometer, would help the user to track activities anywhere, anytime, and can distinguish between different physical activities, including walking, running and climbing.

Mr. Aragon Meng, CEO of Huawei Pakistan, said: “Huawei is dedicated to continually innovating and creating new products to suit its consumers’ needs. This first smart watch in Huawei wearable’s family has been designed following extensive research and demonstrated consumer demand for smart wrist wear. The Huawei watch is unique within the market with its premium look and feel and classic design, combined with superior smart technology, which allows users to stay, connected on the go. No doubt, wearable devices will remain one of the most significant trends in the device industry, and by leveraging Huawei’s technology and innovation, Huawei Consumer BG aims to be a leader in the wearable space.”

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