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The Huawei Watch was announced roughly a week ago before the official start of the MWC 2015 event. Rumors had suggested that the wearable would be priced high, contrary to the company’s policy of offering high end products at low cost. It now seems like those reports were accurate all along as a premature listing on Amazon has revealed the actual pricing of the smartwatch, and we’re not very impressed. While it could well be wrong, Amazon’s listing suggests that the smartwatch will cost  close to $1000 at the time of...

Huawei unveiled its very first smartwatch a couple of days ago, which won widespread acclaim. A new rumor now claims that the company could further improve its partnership with Google by producing the next Nexus device. There’s no clarity on whether this will be a smartphone or a tablet like the Nexus 9, but it’s good news that Google is looking to reach out to Chinese players for the production of the next major Nexus device. It is said that Huawei’s ability to manufacture chipsets on its own had a bearing on Google’s...

The CEO of Huawei, Richard Yu has a reputation for being outspoken at times. He seems to be keen to hold on to that tag as he has formally announced the company’s intentions to go mainstream in the U.S. markets. As of now, only the Huawei Ascend Mate 2 is officially available for purchase in the country while the flagship offerings from the manufacturer are missing from the list. We can expect that to change over the coming months though. Yu said – “In the future, our main competition will be from Western companies,...

Just before HTC took the wraps off the One M9 smartphone, Huawei took the stage in Barcelona to unveil the Huawei Watch, which is its official entry in the smartwatch segment. The wearable is based on the Android Wear platform, which makes it the seventh smartwatch to be running on Google’s smartwatch OS. The smartwatch has a circular display, much like the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch R. It is easily the best looking wearable available today, at least among Android Wear offerings. Inside the sturdy looking body is a 4GB storage...

Earlier last week, Chinese manufacturer Huawei posted a teaser for the launch of a wearable device. At the time, it was believed that the device would be compatible with 4G LTE networks. It seems like part of it was true after all, as the manufacturer has shown off a new Smartband (not a smartwatch as rumored) running the company’s proprietary 4.5G networks. These networks will be officially available starting next year, beginning with China. Explaining a bit about the 4.5G technology, Huawei said – “4.5G supports up...

A new report suggests that Chinese manufacturer Huawei could be looking to launch a new smartwatch at the MWC event early next month with an LTE chip on board. The company’s teaser above is a clear jibe at Samsung’s “What is Next” teaser which was issued for the Galaxy S6. We can see a silhouette of a smartwatch here with a curved display, but not much is revealed apart from that. The wearable could compete with the Samsung Gear S in the market which also features cellular connectivity. Wearables have evolved dramatically...

Chinese manufacturer Huawei plans to keep itself very busy at the MWC this March. With the arrival of several devices like the Mate 7 Compact, Mate 8 and the P8 expected during the event, a new revelation claims that the company is also looking to unveil a new wearable and a bunch of tablets in Barcelona. The smartwatch will reportedly be based on Android Wear, which is good news for fans of Google’s wearable platform. There will also be a top end smart band from the company apparently. Reports further mention that the company...

A new leak on Twitter has revealed what is believed to be Huawei’s upcoming “compact” smartphone. This device known as the Mate 7 Compact is reportedly a smaller version of the Mate 7 phablet which was launched not too long ago. Speaking of the size, the Mate 7 Compact is expected to pack a 5.5 inch display on board, so it’s not all that “compact“. We’re treated to a glimpse of the front as well as the back of the smartphone, although there’s no way to confirm their authenticity at this...