Huawei launched the watch at CNY 699 which is around Rs 6,900 with pre-orders beginning today.
The new smartwatch from Huawei features a 1.04 inch circular screen with a resolution of 208 x 208 pixels. Sadly, it only comes with black and white touch screen. However the smart watch comes with IP68 certification making it water and dust resistant. You need to have a device running on iOS 8 or above and the smart watch also supports Android devices running 4.4 Kitkat or above.
The black and white touch screen is surrounded by aluminium and gives a premium look and feel. Also, it only weighs around 35 grams. Huawei has also given an 80 mAh battery which the company claims can last up to 6 days and takes less than 2 hours to fully charge. Also, this watch can be charged via magnetic charging cradle which has 4 pin charging port.
Regarding connectivity and sensors, the Watch S1 comes with Bluetooth 4.2 and also sports a 3-axis accelerometer, gyro + accelerometer, heart rate monitor, wear sensor and ambient light sensor.
The Honor Watch S1 will sell in three colour straps namely Orange, Black and Blue. Huawei launched the watch at CNY 699 which is around Rs 6,900 with pre-orders beginning today. Further, the Watch S1 will be available fr purchase in China from October 25. However, there is no information about its launch in India.
The Huawei Honor 6S is expected to unveiled in January 2017.
Further, adding up to the information, Huawei has confirmed that Mate 8 and P9 are expected to get the Nougat update first.
The new battery is expected to have a twice the lifespans of existing batteries.
The Huawei Mate 9 Lite features a fingerprint scanner and it boasts a unibody metal design.
Huawei P10 smartphone will succeed Huawei P9 launched in India in August this year.
Apart from Mate 9 and Mate 9 Porsche Edition, the company also launched the earlier rumoured Mate 9 Pro with curved display.
The P10 will succeed Huawei P9 smartphone launched in India in August this year.
Huawei Mate 9 has been unveiled today at an event.
Fit does not include a GPS under its hood, but it can sync with Huawei's Wear application, which is available on both the Android and iOS platforms to track the location.
The rumoured Mate 9 Pro variant has been launched with the name Mate 9 Porsche design.