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Huawei teases a fancy new Android Wear watch at MWC

by Jacob Kleinman | February 27, 2015February 27, 2015 3:00 pm PDT

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It looks like Huawei is finally jumping into the smartwatch market with an Android Wear device of its own. The Chinese company has reportedly placed ads for a new Huawei Watch at Barcelona’s airport ahead of Mobile World Congress, a massive tech show set to kickoff in the city next week.

Android Central spotted one ad on Friday after arriving in Barcelona, and quickly shared an image of what looks like a pretty classy timepiece. The poster boasts a “timeless design” that is “smart within.” If that wasn’t enough proof, the words Android Wear are clearly visible in the bottom right corner.

The Huawei Watch appears to feature a metal design in silver, gold or black, along with a single button/crown on the right side of the screen. It looks a little less bulky than LG’s G Watch R, but lacks the super-thin bezels offered by Motorola’s Moto 360.

Unfortunately, the poster doesn’t reveal how much the new smartwatch will cost or when it will be available. Huawei is holding its MWC press conference this Sunday, so hopefully we’ll learn more then. We’ll be on the lookout for this new Android Wear device, along with any other devices the company might announce.

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Jacob Kleinman

Jacob Kleinman has been working as a journalist online and in print since he arrived at Wesleyan University in 2007. After graduating, he took a...

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