Although the Huawei Watch was officially shown off quite some time ago, the company is yet to bring the wearable to global markets. It seems like its American release might be closing in, if an FCC listing is anything to go by. There’s still no launch related details mentioned on the FCC page though, so one can only predict as to when the wearable will be available for purchase. One guess is that the company will announce availability at the IFA 2015 event in September.
The wearable is a competitor to LG’s Watch Urbane, which is a premium luxury Android Wear smartwatch. It was initially believed that the Huawei Watch would be quite expensive, fitting the luxury wearable segment quite well, but the company is yet to offer clarity on that.
The Huawei Watch is one of the few truly round faced Android Wear smartwatches around, so its launch could do wonders for the smartwatch industry in general. The wearable comes with a 1.4 inch AMOLED display, which should offer excellent visibility even in broad daylight. Other features of the wearable include a Snapdragon 400 chipset, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage with the latest iteration of Android Wear 5.1.1.
Via: VR Zone