Huawei Watch (with iPhone support) could be launched on September 2, prices may go up to $799

Huawei Watch (with iPhone support) could be launched on September 2, prices may go up to $799
The Huawei Watch - an Android Wear smartwatch that was announced in March - may finally be released next month. According to an Amazon listing (now removed), the Huawei Watch should be available to buy starting September 2.

It looks like the cheapest Huawei Watch model (with stainless steel body and black leather strap) will cost $349, while the most expensive one (gold-plated) should cost $799.

According to the now-removed Amazon listing, the Huawei Watch will be compatible not just with Android devices (running Android 4.3 or later), but also with iOS 8.2 (or newer) devices. Back in April, we heard that Google was already "close" to bringing Android Wear support for iOS devices, so this may finally happen next month.

Besides support for both Android and iOS devices, 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. At launch, the wearable device should have over 40 watch faces pre-installed. Any takers?


via: Android Central, The Verge

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