Huawei Watch Buds - a smartwatch with built-in earbuds case

Those are not earbuds they are gas canisters—anyone in a 3km radius partaking in the china protests is getting maced:ROFL:
 
Next James Bond plot is 007 rescuing Q from Huawei headquarters
ya I thought it would be dumb, but looking at the pics its actually very cool. James Bond as you say...

Imagine being the first to explain this to airport security though.
 
Huawei launches Watch Buds, Kids Watch 5X series and Watch GT 3 Pro Collector’s Edition smartwatches

Huawei introduced several new smartwatches at its event in China earlier today and we’ve got the details on all four new wearables.

Huawei Watch Buds is a 2-in-1 device that works as your regular smartwatch but with a screen that opens up to reveal a pair of TWS earbuds. The watch brings a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen with a 466x466px resolution. The casing is made from stainless steel while the leather watch strap comes in at 22mm and is available in black and brown colors.

Rounding out the smartwatch bit – it supports heart rate monitoring, SpO2 tracking, sleep and stress management as well as heart rate atrial fibrillation screening and ECG readings. You also get 80 workout modes. The earbuds offer AI noise cancelation for calls and music listening. Watch Buds weighs 66.5 grams without the strap while the earbud are 4 grams each. The buds are IP54 rated while the watch does not get official ingress protection due to its opening mechanism. BeiDou, GLONASS and GPS positioning are also onboard.

Watch Buds runs HarmonyOS 3 and pairs over Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. Huawei claims the watch and its buds have a combined battery life of 3 days. The wireless earbuds get 4 hours of music playback or 2.5 hours of talk time with noise cancelation off. A full charge via the proprietary magnetic charger should take 100 minutes.

Huawei Watch Buds is priced at CNY 2,988 ($429) and is already on open sale in China. No word on global availability for now.



1.jpeg2.jpeg3.jpeg4.jpeg
 
Back
Top