Huawei teases a stand-alone 4G LTE smartwatch for MWC 2015?
Company CEO Richard Yu last September hinted that the Huawei smartwatch would be a stand-alone model similar to the Tizen flavored Samsung Gear S. Yu said that Huawei's watch would outdo the Samsung Gear S and would be "innovative and beautiful." The 4G LTE logo in the upper left corner of the teaser might be a sign of how Huawei plans to outdo the Gear S as the latter features 3G connectivity.
The second teaser could be for the Huawei Honor X2, which is also expected to be introduced at MWC. This is a sequel to the Huawei MediaPad X1, a phablet/tablet combination that is similar to having a 7-inch slate with the ability to make phone calls. The Honor X2 is expected to offer a 7-inch screen with a 1080 x 1920 resolution, powered by Huawei's home grown Hisilicon Kirin 925 processor. 3GB of RAM is believed to be inside with a 5500mAh battery keeping the lights on. The device is expected to be priced at the equivalent of $320.
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source: Huawei via GizmoChina