Huawei unveils 2015 roadmap, new Android Wear smartwatch coming

Huawei has big plans for 2015, and it has shown a teaser of what it will unveil at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in the beginning of March in Barcelona. In a press event held at its headquarters in China, Huawei has shown a slide listing the company's portfolio for the year, and it includes three series of smartphones, two families of tablets, as well as a brand new Android Wear smartwatch, and more.

In terms of smartphones, Huawei will refresh its portfolio in three series: first come the Huawei Mate and Huawei P series, the two high-end lineups for the company. Then, you should expect new announcements for the affordable Honor series, as well as new Huawei G and Huawei Y devices.

For tablets, Huawei will stick to two series with some distinct features. The Huawei X-series will come with an interface that is deeply integrated with a big screen, while the M-series aims to delivers an ‘outstanding audio/visual experience’ on its own.

The big news, however, is that the company is planning to enter the already pretty packed Android Wear smartwatch market with its own gadget. We've already seen the Huawei Talkband B1 fitness wearable that doubles as a Bluetooth headset, and that nifty gadget might get reimagined this years. One thing we know for sure is that Huawei aspires to work on its fitness and wearable ecosystem.

With January almost at its end, we’re just one month away from MWC 2015, when many companies will unveil their flagship devices for the year.

source: Pocket-lint



1. itsdeepak4u2000

Posts: 3718; Member since: Nov 03, 2012

I don't understand the difference b/w Huawei P series and the affordable Honor series for the different prices while being of the same specs. Is there any difference of quality? Anyways bring it on Huawei, I like your Honor series.

2. Suo.Eno

Posts: 556; Member since: Feb 17, 2013

That wearable agenda seems a tad ambitious though. I'd strike out G and Y series if I were Huawei.

3. greenelektron

Posts: 537; Member since: Sep 10, 2014

They're following Samny strategy to flood the market with so many different handsets. That is why they say that Sammy is their real competitor. They could just stay with low prices so they could easily beat Sammy.

4. Tziggy14

Posts: 624; Member since: Sep 02, 2014

This is the same company that Samsung has lost much of their sales to lately. How sad.

5. Mobilephile

Posts: 166; Member since: Nov 25, 2012

Huawei is the silent beast that's going to really unleash this year, with its already rapidly growing momentum from a solid product line...Can't wait to see this unfold

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