Huawei Mate Watch is on its way – files for trademark


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Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, has established the Mate series as a flagship lineup from the company. The Mate series is steadily growing into a full-blown brand and it currently has all sorts of devices. The Mate lineup has smartphones, notebooks, tablets, and so on. Recent registration information shows that the Huawei Mate series may be getting a smartwatch soon. A few days ago, a new trademark application filed by Huawei was released. After some investigation, it was revealed that the product name is “Mate Watch”. The Huawei Mate Watch belongs to International Classification 9, which covers electronic computers and other electronic products.

Huawei Mate Watch

Judging from the name alone, the Huawei Mate Watch should be a smartwatch. According to the customary pattern of Mate products, it should mainly highlight the characteristics of extreme technology and business models.

At present, Huawei’s main watch product is the Watch GT series. This series comes with stronger sports and health attributes. The general expectation is that the Mate watches should have both as well as other supplements.

As of now, there is no other information with regard to the Mate Watch yet. However, we will keep you abreast as information unfolds.

Will Huawei actually launch a Mate Watch?

The Huawei Mate Watch trademark application date is May 6th. This application does not necessarily mean that Huawei must launch a “Mate Watch”. It may actually be filing so as to stop other companies from using the name. We do not know if the Mate Watch will be a completely new flagship watch or whether it will replace the Watch GT series remains to be seen.

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What do you think about the Mate Watch? Should it be a new flagship series? Or should it be a continuation of the Watch GT series? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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