Huawei may finally launch a round smartwatch this year at Mobile World Congress 2015. The Chinese company has reportedly placed ads for a new Huawei-made Watch at Barcelona's airport ahead of Mobile World Congress tech show.
Recently, reports from Android Central have begun to hint that Huawei will indeed coming up with an Android Wear watch. The folks over at Android Central spotted an advert on Friday, and quickly shared an image of what looks like an all-new intelligent watch from Huawei.
Going by the image, it will be a round watch and does seem to be aimed at the high-end market. The advert comes with the tagline "Timeless Design. Smart Within". More text at the bottom states "Classic design and impeccable craftsmanship in watchmaking," as well as, "State-of-the-art wearable technology, powered by Android Wear."
As of now, there are no rumored specs or other information. It's also unclear how long the battery of the round smartwatch will last, but if it's like most Android wear devices on the market, the new wearable from Huawei will probably last a day or two at most on a charge.
Huawei will most likely introduce its first round smartwatch at MWC 2015 alongside its other devices. Previous rumors in the past have claimed that Huawei would announce several new mid-end handsets at MWC tech show.