The watch has three design options: gold, silver and black. Its circular touchscreen is secured in a steel case.
The wearable is rated level IP56, so it's water resistant to a certain degree. That means it won't get totally ruined when you wash your hands with it on your wrist.
The display has a 400x400-pixel resolution and features a handful of different watchface styles.
You can also make calls on it using the mic and the speaker.
A closer look at the device's speaker grille.
A look at the watch's right edge, which houses the watch crown and the button that turns on the display.
The watch doesn't run Android Wear, but we were told its operating system is based on Android 5.1 Lollipop.
It includes a number of apps, such as a weather app.
The device is also a health tracker, and features sensors on its back for biometric readings.
The Haier Watch can measure your heartbeat.
It can also keep track of your steps and the number of calories you've burned.
You can also view your phone's camera with your watch. The wearable connects to your handset via Bluetooth 4.0.
The watch's alarm clock feature.
A look at the calendar app.
The menu screen, which displays the device's apps.
The watch also has swappable bands, which include leather, steel and silicone.
The Haier Watch will retail in Europe for about 199 euros ($220, £155 or AU$305, converted), with availability in other regions yet to be announced. For more of CNET's coverage of MWC 2016, click here.