The Huawei Watch saw the light of day at the 2015 Mobile World Congress, and the world was charmed by the good looks of the wearable. That, however, started to face away when we first heard rumors of the wearable’s price; figures as high as $1,000 were rumored, and boy we’re glad those reports were way off. Not that the prices we’re seeing today are anything official, but at least they seem to be more realistic.

A Reddit user discovered the Huawei Watch price listed for pre-order on MobileFun’s website, and the price tags attached are $386.99 for the silver and black unit, and $451.49 for the gold version of the device. Again, these prices are not official, but if the smartwatch will end up costing these amounts, it will be the most expensive watch running Android, a title that is usually claimed by LG’s offerings (currently the LG Watch Urbane, at $349).

Aside from its good looks, the Huawei Watch will include a 1.4-inch AMOLED screen with 400 x 400 resolution, 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage and, a 300 mAh battery.

Looking at what the Huawei Watch is, on the inside, as well as on the outside, how much would you be willing to pay maximum for it?

Source: MobileFun
Via: Reddit

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