Huwaei, Chinese telecom equipment maker, entered the smartwatch market on March 1, 2015 by launching its first round-faced device that works with Android phones. The company unveiled its Huawei watch line in classic, business and sporty versions, at an event in Barcelona.
The Huawei Watch is 42 mm in diameter, slightly larger than Motorola's futuristic rival, the Moto 360.
The device is built with a Sapphire crystal. Pairing the device with a smartphone running Android, users can receive text-message notifications, emails, calendar reminders or incoming phone alerts.
The Huawei Watch enables you to access all the information you want as it is powered with Android Wear and Google Now.
The model offers over 40 interfaces to choose from, three luxurious cases and a range of fine-grain leather or stainless steel straps. It sports ultra-high resolution of 286ppi.