The Huawei Honor 6 and the Kirin 920 processor might be the big news from today’s launch, but Huawei had a lot more to offer today such as…
After showcasing the Talkband B1 at the MWC earlier this year, Huawei have now officially outed the tiny wearable.
When anything get’s as much attention as the Pebble has it is a sure sign it will eventually turn up in China as a more affordable clone.
Designed as futuristic looking smart bracelet with OLED display, the Trendy Style L12S is a $30 wearable on sale now.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear watches are great if you have a Samsung device, if not then check out this universal alternative smart watch from Ansmart.
Omate, the Kickstarter project from Shenzhen, have been working with Huawei to develop a GPS enabled kids tacker here are the first images of the prototype.
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Chinese start-up Geak are working on their newest piece of wearable tech, the 2nd generation Geak smartwatch.
Who says smartwatches need to look like 1980’s Casio watches? The Moto 360 is as elegant and stylish as they come!
China’s knock off makers have targeted Samsung’s Galaxy Gear with a metal bodied Linux smartwatch.
The Extech XS-3 is another fully functioning smartwatch which hopes to replace your smartphone.
Phone maker Carpad have branched off in to the smartwatch and wearables market with this true smart Android watch costing just $65.
The Omate Truesmart Android watch has been photographed in new colour options.
After announcing the Acend G6, Mediapad M1 and Mediapad X1, Huawei finished their MWC show with the Huawei TalkBand B1.
Rumours that Huawei will launch a smartwatch or smart band device at MWC have been confirmed once again with another sighting.
With the Huawei Meidapad X1, Ascend D3 and Ascend P7 your might think Huawei would leave it as that for their MWC line up, however there could be a wearable device on the way too.
Meizu’s plans aren’t only phone based as this concept Meizu Mwatch posted by Meizu Senior Management, wearable tech could also be in their future.
We’ve yet to have been blown away by any of the current Android smartwatches but that hasn’t stopped giants such as Huawei jump on board the bandwagon.
The Omate Truesmart Android watch, which was created by a Shenzhen based start-up, has just passed through the FCC.
TokyoFlash are the makers of some of the more distinctive watches on the market and their latest Kisai Console Wood is certainly no different.