Smartwatch from Huawei to Arrive Soon to US Markets

September 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The maiden attempt of Chinese manufacturers Huawei in the field of Android Wear technology is finally inching closer to the markets.

Announced during the MWC 2015, Huawei’s smartwatches made a lengthy appearance at the IFA this week, where the manufacturers blessed the device with a release date.

The device will be arriving first in the US markets, on September 17th. Huawei has also thrown some light over the pricing of the device, which confirms that the smartwatches will get placed along with the upper segment of Android Wear devices, and not with the cheaper ones like Asus ZenWatch 2.

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The device packs a 1.4-inch round AMOLED screen that brags a resolution of 400 x 400 pixels. Inside, it’s powered by a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 processor that comes with a RAM of 512MB.

The pricing of the device will start from $349, for which the model available will be the basic steel watch with leather strap.

The pricing will go up from the point for the remaining models that comes in stainless steel and metallic bands.

The costliest one among the range is the rose gold-plated model that comes with a metallic link band, which cost $799. However, that will be made available only at a later stage this year.

Currently, only four stainless steel models are available, which are the basic leather strap model, the mesh strap model, and the link band model which also arrives in black stainless steel. All of them are now available for pre-order on Huawei’s website.

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