Huawei Watch, The Android Wear Made Its Appearance At IFA 2015

    Huawei today announced a partnership with the world's most famous fashion photographer, Mario Testino, to mark the launch of the Huawei watch. This is the first time that Huawei has worked with the iconic fashion photographer to convey its vision of fashion and technology embracing.

    The Huawei Watch enables users to stay connected wherever they are with notifications of calls, texts, instant messages and emails.

    Huawei Watch, The Android Wear Made Its Appearance At IFA 2015

    The watch is crafted using sophisticated materials, features a fully circular 1.4 inch touch-sensitive AMOLED display along with scratch-proof sapphire crystal and a cold-forged stainless steel frame.

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    The watch measures 42mm in diameter. There is a range of gold, silver and black frames and a variety of different watch face designs to choose from, across a range of classic, luxury, business, feminine, modern and simple aesthetics. Furthermore, it also has 22mm straps includes stainless steel mesh, stainless steel links, rose gold, and black-plated stainless steel links, and brown and black leather.

    Huawei Watch, The Android Wear Made Its Appearance At IFA 2015

    The watch is also capable of downloading music for offline playback. It also features a heart rate sensor that accurately measures heart rates and the 6-Axis motion sensor can track activities including walking, running and mountain climbing.

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    The Huawei Watch will go on sale in Canada, Germany, France, Spain and Italy this month and prices are between Euro 399.00 and Euro 699.00 depending on the design features chosen.

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