Huawei looks all set to be the latest company to unleash an Android Wear smartwatch, with the Chinese company confirming that its "new fitness device platform" will appear on both a flagship smartwatch and a new smartband that will be officially launched at Mobile World Congress at the start of March.
The details were revealed to Pocket-lint, during a briefing at the company's head quarters in Shenzen, with Shao Yang, CMO of devices at Huawei stating: "Different is very important. We are not trying to bring something similar."
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The Android Wear smartwatch could be a Moto 360 or LG G Watch R rival, as a slide revealed a circular faced device.
The smartband will be the follow up to the extremely disappointing TalkBand B1, which we described as "a fitness tracker that is not accurate or feature-rich enough to work very well as a fitness tracker and is a Bluetooth headset that is too fiddly to work very well as a Bluetooth headset" during our two star review.
Let's hope Huawei doesn't have a couple more duds up its sleeve.
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