MWC is coming up on us fast, and in just another day or two, we’ll already be checking out the latest announcements from some of our favorite mobile brands. While that will mean lots of high-end smartphones, it’s been unclear the degree to which new wearables will be sharing in that spotlight. At least, we’ve already heard rumors that Samsung’s round-screened Orbis may not join the Galaxy S6 at the company’s Unpacked event. But even if Samsung’s next watch sits this one out, we’re starting to see confirmation of wearables that will indeed be resent, like this Huawei Watch spotted in an advertisement at Barcelona’s Airport.

Huawei must have wanted to get a head start on exposing its new wearable to the eyes of journalists flying in to catch the trade show, and while its ad doesn’t tell us a ton about this smartwatch, it does confirm that it will be powered by Android Wear.

We also see signs of a metal body, multiple color options, and an assortment of straps, including what looks to be a real leather band. The circular-screened smartwatch appears a bit thick in renders here – maybe even more so than the Moto 360 – but we’re going to have to wait another few days before we have anything like precise dimensions.


Source: Android Central

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