A report published in Wall Street Journal indicates that Huawei is gearing up for the launch of its first wearable smartwatch at the upcoming MWC event later this month. The reports further notes that, apart from smartwatch, the Chinese leading tech giant is also looking forward to introduce a flagship smartphone and two mid-range tablets at the event.
Although there’s no official confirmation on the report, but if it’s indeed true, there is nothing to be surprised at all. After the consumer electronics companies like Samsung, Sony, ZTE, Apple, ZTE as well as Qualcomm, which have already announced or launched their smartwatches in the markets, Huawei’s this step to introduce similar devices was highly expected which will not only help company to stay trendy, but it will also help to secure market shares in the smartwatch business with rivals.
According to some rumors, Huawei is also all set to introduce its next flagship Ascend P7 (codenamed Sophia) at the event. The Ascend P7 is being considered as the successor of previously launched not so popular Ascend P6. The specifications and the alleged images of the device leaked online early this week which suggest that it will boasts 5-inch FHD display, quad-core HiSilicon 910 processor clocked at 1.6GHz, 2GB RAM, 16GB on-board storage, 13MP main camera, 8MP front-facing camera, and 2,460mAh battery.
In addition, on of the tablet which is reportedly dubbed as Huawei Mediaone X1 is rumoured to pack 7-inch full HD 1920x1200p display, same processor as Ascend P7 and 3G support. It will also feature 1.3MP front camera, 5MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM and Android. The device was spotted in China during its TENNA visit earlier this month. The other tablet is still a mystery.