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Huawei will launch a smartwatch with earphones inside

In 2014, Huawei introduced its smart bracelet, the TalkBand B1, with which Bluetooth earphone was integrated, and since then the company has launched many versions of the smart bracelet.

TalkBand B1
TalkBand B1

Now, the Chinese tech giant has revealed that it intends to introduce a smartwatch that incorporates wireless earphones into it, and the name of the device is Huawei Watch Buds.

Huawei published a teaser video for the Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch, whose name suggests that it is also a wireless earphone, and the watch is also used as a box to store and charge the headphones.

Given that the idea of ​​using the smartwatch to charge the earphones may appeal to many users, the current smartwatches already suffer from shortcomings in the matter of charging length, but it is expected that the amount of the watch’s battery capacity and its ability to charge the headphones will be known.

Although the teaser video published by Huawei did not reveal enough about the watch’s specifications and design, the YouTube channel published a video clip revealing the Huawei Watch Buds, which appear circular in shape with a steel body and a leather bracelet. It runs on the HarmonyOS operating system, and its design looks similar to that of the current Huawei Watch 3.

Huawei is scheduled to officially unveil its smartwatch with headphones during an event that will take place in December, in addition to a new smartwatch from Huawei aimed at children, which was revealed by a teaser image published by the company that reveals an exciting design.

According to the image, the watch can be separated from the bracelet through a pair of clips, and it comes with a screen on each side, and the first screen appears in color, while the other screen comes in black and white, and it seems that the aim is to preserve the battery life for as long as possible.

The Huawei watch for children comes with two cameras, one of which does not look familiar on children's watches, but it allows the parent to communicate with the child through video calls, while the other camera appears to be used to take pictures and record videos.

The Huawei watch for children comes with two cameras, one of which does not look familiar on children’s watches, but it allows the parent to communicate with the child through video calls, while the other camera appears to be used to take pictures and record videos.

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