Huawei to unveil new smartwatch at MWC 2017


Huawei are set to unveil their new smartwatch offering at Mobile World Congress 2017, according to a social media post sent out by the company’s CEO, Richard Yu.

Mr Yu posted a teaser picture, which did not show the watch, on Chinese social media site, Weibo. In the post, he revealed that the smartwatch will be released at the event which takes place on February 27 in Barcelona, Spain.

Speculation has been rife since Yu posted the picture, with the consensus being that the smartwatch will be more sportier than previous efforts from Huawei. This theory comes from the picture the CEO posted and the fact he added the caption “made for free spirits.”

It has not yet been announced whether the company will stick with Android or choose Samsung’s Tizen OS for their latest offering. There has also been no indication as to what the price of the product will be, although extra sports-centered features would suggest that it will not be cheaper than their last effort.

All these questions and more will be answered in Barcelona in late February at MWC 2017.

This is an event which many of the biggest technology brands in the world will be using to unveil their latest products. You can keep track of all the goings-on at the event via our always up-to-date news feed!

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