Huawei could be about to release the Huawei Watch 4, as a follow up to its flagship smartwatch.
The Huawei Watch 3 was released back in 2021, so it’s long overdue an upgrade.
Huawei Ailesi reports that the company has certified new two new watches at an un-named Wi-Fi regulatory body, with two distinct codenames.
It’s used ARC (Arch) and MDS (Medusa) codenames for the two devices – which could refer to Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro models.
The Huawei Watch 3 (above) introduced a fashionable design and was used to showcase the revamped HarmonyOS when it launched in spring 2021.
So we’d expect the Watch 4 to introduce some new features to the Huawei stable.
This could be upgraded medical tech, such as ECG that has rolled out onto the Huawei Watch D and has been cleared by European health regulators.
All this seems unrelated to a rumor we reported last week, where source code showed an un-named smartwatch codenamed AOD-H1 listed.
As we reported, this is unlikely to be a sequel to any of its existing ranges, all of which use B19 monikers in development.
So there could be a large overhaul of the Huawei wearable line-up in the works.
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