We're still waiting for official launch details of a much anticipated Huawei wearable - the Android Wear powered Huawei Watch that was unveiled at MWC in February.
But that hasn't stopped the Chinese company from going full steam ahead with its wearable assault, with the Huawei Honor Band Zero being officially announced on Twitter.
The Band Zero, which was revealed alongside Huawei's new Honor 7 smartphone (and a nifty looking Bluetooth headset called the Honor Whistle), isn't so much a smartwatch, but an activity tracker with extras.
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Like the Huawei TalkBand B2, the new wearable offers basic activity tracking - step counting and sleep monitoring - along with smartphone notifications. What these notifications include is a mystery for now, but we'd hazard a guess that it's limited to incoming calls and text alerts.
The brushed metallic Honor Band Zero comes with a choice of three colour straps - white, black and beige - and boasts an IP68 dust and waterproof rating. The circular display is a touchscreen but the dimensions haven't yet been revealed.
And, this being Huawei, neither has an release date or price - although there are whispers that it will go on sale in its home land in August.
As ever, we'll keep you posted. In the meantime, why not check out our guide to the best budget fitness trackers to see what the Band Zero will be up against when it does go on sale.