Huawei recently held a presentation in Shenzhen headquarters revealing a new watch powered by Google's Android Wear platform.
Huawei's CMO of devices Shao Yang was quoted as saying, "For the wearables we are not trying to bring similar solutions", when asked about the firm's wearable strategy.
As of now, the alleged device is expected to be showcased at the MWC 2015, but beyond that there's nothing much to say in respect of the intelligent watch.
The Chinese firm entered the crowded wearable market with its TalkBand B1. Launched last year at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), the fitness-centric band can be detached to be used as a Bluetooth headset. Unfortunately, Huawei's TalkBand 1 is still not available in the Indian market.
Most recently, Huawei introduced the Honor 6 Plus and the Honor 4X in the Chinese market. The entry-level smartphones introduced under its Honor series aims to woo young buyers. The flagship P series, on the other hand, is targeting premium buyers.
If reports are to be believed, Huawei is expected to unveil the successor of the Ascend P7 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in early March. The company recently said that they sold a cool 4 million units of Ascend P7 in 2014. Last year alone, the firm sold 75 million smartphones, beating the likes of Xiaomi and others.
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