Huawei Watch 2 unveiled at MWC in late February
The Huawei Watch 2 from Chinese technologiefabrikant Huawei will be unveiled during the Mobile World Congress at the end of this month.
This appears from a message from Huawei ceo Yu Chengdong on Chinese social network Weibo.
Therein he uses the hashtag ‘#HuaweiWatch2 as#Huawei MWC 2017’. Mobile World Congress takes place this year from 27 February to 2 march, in Barcelona.
In addition, reports Chengdong that the new smartwatch “is for free spirits” and he has a picture of a sporty man included, which implies that the Huawei Watch 2 bet on fitness and gezondheidsfunctionaliteiten.
Previously reported, Evan Blass, a well-known tasty of new smartphones and smartwatch, the new watch from Huawei a sportier appearance would get. In addition, there would be a variant released with a built-in sim card without a smartphone or available wifi network to connect to the internet.
The expectation is that Huawei’s new smartwatch is at rest, with the last week released Android Wear 2.0. The new version of Googles operating system for smart watches that offers improved navigation, more fitnessfuncties and a private healthcare app store, so that smartwatch less dependent on should be of a paired phone.