Ever since Google released their Android Wear operating system for smartwatches, we’ve seen quite a few compelling smartwatch offerings from various manufacturers, not necessarily smartphone manufacturers. The company’s Android Wear platform became rather popular, and it is to be expected that we’ll see even more such devices announced next year. As far as 2015 goes, there are quite a few interesting offerings, as I already mentioned, but Huawei’s smartwatch is considered to be at the very top of that list for many people. The company’s Huawei Watch is a very well-designed smartwatch with a circular display which has not flat tires or anything of the sort on it, you get a full 360-degree circular touchscreen to use here, and the watch itself is made out of metal, which makes it both look and feel premium.
That being said, Huawei has first showcased this watch back in January during CES, but has released it during IFA in Berlin back in September. The company made people wait for quite some time in order to buy this smartwatch, and it seems like Huawei hit the spot for many of them when they released it. The Huawei Watch is not the most affordable Android Wear smartwatch out there though, quite on the contrary, it’s one of the more expensive ones. The Silver variant of this watch is usually priced at $499, and the Black model costs $579. Well, Google has decided to discount both variants of this smartwatch in the Google Store for $50, which means the two watches now cost $449 and $529, respectively. Now, this still might be expensive for some of you, but it’s at least something if you’ve been looking to buy this watch. In case you’re interested, follow the source link down below.
The Huawei Watch is a made out of metal, as I’ve mentioned already, and it sports one physical button on its right-hand side. The watch sports a 1.4-inch full circle AMOLED display, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. The Huawei Watch is fueled by the Snapdragon 400 quad-core processor, and ships with a 300mAh battery which is available on the inside. The heart rate sensor is also a part of this offering, and the watch is compatible with both Android (4.3+) and iOS 8.2+.