Huawei announced their premium-looking smart watch way back in March, but the company finally seems ready to bring it out. A new product page for the device has gone live on their website where you can sign up to be notified of its arrival. Its recent stop at the FCC also suggests we’re close to a full launch.
The original expectation was that we’d see the watch in Q3, so while the wait has been quite long it hasn’t been longer than we originally anticipated. Huawei’s Android Wear watch gives us many reasons to take notice. It’s arguably the best designed smart watch of its kind right now, and with some of the premium wrist strap options it could look just as nice with a snazzy suit as any luxurious watch would.
Beyond that, it’s pretty much standard Android Wear affair when it comes to specs:
- 1.4-inch AMOLED display with 286ppi
- 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor
- 4GB of storage
- 512MB of RAM
- 300mAh battery
Bonus points for that display being fully and perfectly round. Be sure to take a look at our eyes-on with this thing from earlier in the year if you haven’t already. Let’s hope we hear some official launch details very soon.