After a few long months of waiting, the Huawei Watch is finally here. Made official this morning, the device is now up for pre-order, with prices ranging from $349 all the way up to $799.
The Android Wear-powered smartwatch comes in a variety of options — there are stainless steel, black, and rose gold-plated bodies, plus different band options for each. The watch utilizes standard 18mm bands, meaning you can easily replace the bands with whatever band you would like. Sadly, the rose gold-plated options won’t be available for pre-order until later this year. For a detailed breakdown of models and pricing, see the below chart.
For specs, the Watch features a 1.4-inch full-circle AMOLED display (400×400 pixels, 286 ppi), 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.1, WiFi, Gyroscope + Accelerometer, PPG (Heart Rate Sensor), Barometer, Sapphire crystal, 300 mAh battery, and runs Android Wear 1.3. The watch is compatible with any Android device running 4.3+, but also supports iOS 8.2+.
To pre-order the Huawei Watch, you can head over to Huawei’s website, Google Store, Amazon, or Best Buy. Huawei states September 17 will be the official availability date.
|Stainless Steel||Black Leather||$349|
|Stainless Steel||Steel Link Bracelet||$399|
|Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel Mesh||$399|
|Black DLC-coated Stainless Steel||Black-plated Link Bracelet||$449|
|Rose Gold-plated Stainless Steel||Alligator-pressed Brown Leather||$699|
|Rose Gold-plated Stainless Steel||Rose Gold-plated Link Bracelet||$799|
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