The Chinese company wheeled out the Mobile World Congress, where we're trying out the coolest new devices to bring you our first impressions.wearable and at a press conference in Barcelona today. They're among the countless new products to be unveiled this week at annual tech trade show
The Chinese company showed off the Huawei Watch 2, a new smartwatch that answers: battery life. It has a low-power mode that lasts 25 days without charging. Obviously that month-long mode doesn't include smart features -- in that month, it just tracks your steps and displays the time.
Congratulations, Huawei, you just invented the Fitbit.
Joking aside, the Watch 2 looks like it has everything you could want from a smartwatch. There's GPS to track your runs and an optical heart-rate sensor to keep you fit, NFC for mobile payments, a Gorilla Glass screen, a choice of sporty designs and (in some countries) 4G LTE built in. There's even a special edition Porsche version, so you can tell people "My other watch is a Porsche". Check out.
Following on from, the new P10 and P10 Plus are slightly smaller -- and presumably more affordable -- versions of Huawei's top-end . They're running the same Kirin 960 octacore processor as the Mate 9, in a more compact body.
But like the P9, the big draw of the P10 and P10 Plus are the cameras. Each phone has two 20-megapixel Leica cameras on the back, with loads of features and 3D face recognition. Check out.
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