Progressive Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has been pushing its boundaries to the next level with its new devices that are due to be unveiled at the IFA 2015 in Berlin next week. Just a while ago we reported about the company teasing its Ascend Mate 7S smartphone with a five multi-function fingerprint sensor and now accidently the company's smartwatch apparently made an accidental debut online.
Although, the Huawei Watch was announced back in March, the availability and pricing of the device were not prompted then. Anyway, an accidental appearance of the same device on Amazon store along with the price tag recently has made fans "go bananas."
Huawei Watch: Price
According to an Amazon listing (which has now been removed), the Huawei Watch, which uses Android Wear OS should be available to buy starting September 2. The pricing that was also inadvertently visible on the Amazon website suggest the following price tag:
Stainless Steel with Black Suture Leather Strap for $349
Black Stainless Steel with Black Stainless Steel Link Band for $449
Gold Plated Stainless Steel with Brown Suture Leather Strap for $699
Gold Plated Stainless Steel with Gold Plated Stainless Steel for $799
Huawei Watch to support iOS Devices
Another amazing aspect of the smartwatch, according to the accidental Amazon listing, is that it is not just compatible with Android devices (running Android 4.3 or later), but also with iOS 8.2 (or later) devices. This falls in line with the news from April 2015, when Google was said to have brought Android Wear "close" to support iOS devices.
Huawei Watch: Specs
According to the now-removed listing, the Huawei Watch will feature a 1.4-inch AMOLED display (400 x 400 pixels) protected by sapphire glass, 512 MB of RAM, quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, heart rate monitor, 4 GB of internal memory, and a 300 mAh battery.