Not long since Huawei teased its next smartwatch, the Huawei Watch 2 has seemingly leaked in a set of new images, giving us an idea of what the Android Wear 2.0 wearable looks like.
As leaks and teases have had us believe, the watch - which can be seen in three different colours - has a sportier look than the original Huawei Watch. In fact it doesn't look worlds apart from the LG Watch Sport.
The reveal comes from Evan Blass over on VentureBeat, who's been slowly leaking details of the watch for a matter of weeks now.
The Watch 2 has a nan0-SIM slot so you can use it as a separate cellular device, but the report doesn't make clear if there will be a model that doesn't come with the option. We do see that the watch (or at least this version) will come in three colours: black, orange and speckled grey, all shown above.
It won't be long until we know all the details: Huawei CEO Richard Yu recently took to Chinese social networking site Weibo to confirm the company was ready to announce the Watch 2, which we expect to land at MWC 2017.
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Again, the teaser emphasis on fitness and a "sportier" look, first tipped by Evan Blass some weeks back. The promo shot also features the tagline "made for free spirits", just in case you needed any more evidence (also likely a reference to the cellular capabilities).
Blass previously detailed the watch to have a 42mm case, 1.4-inch display and leather and stainless steel straps. While there were rumours Huawei might jump across to another OS like Tizen, it appears we can expect the new device to stick with Android Wear, and will run the latest version right out of the box.
We really liked the design of the first Huawei Watch, so it will be interesting to see if we feel the same with a sportier design. Hopefully the price will be a bit more reasonable, too, when all the details are spilled at the Barcelona next week.
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