Posted By Simon Montford on March 4, 2015
Huawei launch their first smartwatch, imaginatively named the "Huawei Watch", which comes with an interchangeable strap, forty pre-installed graphical fascias, and sapphire crystal. It runs standard Android Wear, and like LG's latest offering it appears to have been designed to look more like an elegant conventional watch, than a futuristic smartwatch. Although everyone will have an opinion, I personally think it is a very handsome timepiece that I would be very please to own and flaunt.
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The other thing that's very clear to see is that both Huawei and LG have gone for a circular display unlike a certain OEM from Cuppertino! The AMOLED display has a resolution of 400×400, making it bright and sharp, and it contains a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 512MB of RAM. No word yet on release date, but it will be available in black, silver and gold.
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