It certainly looks like the Chinese tech giant is on the rebound, with things looking sunny again. After the news that Huawei’s back on the US’s good books, it finally looks like we’re finally going to see a return to normalcy.
Perhaps it’s coincidence, but it’s certainly a great time for Huawei to unveil their newest products to coincide with that…which is exactly what they’ve done.
First off the bat is a new variant to the Huawei Watch GT line, the Huawei Watch GT Elegant Edition.
Huawei’s targeting the ladies for this version, making the watches reflect the luxury and style that the wearer wants to convey.
The Magic Pearl White version has small triangular cuts (48 of them!), which gives the watch a reflection of colors when viewed at different angles.
Huawei claims the watch can last up to a week, depending on your usage. 10 hours with GPS on, 14 days with typical usage (meaning just looking at the time).
The watch is fitted with a 1.3” AMOLED HD color touchscreen with 390 x 390 pixels. Pretty neat.
The Huawei Watch GT Elegant Edition will be going for $298.
If you’re looking for audio devices instead, Huawei’s got you covered too, with the new FreeLace wireless earphones.
Huawei claims the new FreeLace earphones are made from consumer feedback, offering great sound quality, easy Bluetooth pairing and long lasting battery life, all in a neat wireless package.
The earphones uses Huawei’s proprietary HiPair technology, to make first time pairing of the FreeLace earphones quick and easy, if you’re using a Huawei Phone on EMUI 9.1.
Interestingly, the FreeLace can also leech off devices with USB-C ports (such as phones or tablets) to recharge itself. All it needs is 5 minutes, and you can get up to 4 hours of playback time. Not bad if you’re in a pinch and just need a bit of juice to keep the music pumping.
The FreeLace will retail for $128.
Finally, Huawei’s also taken the lid off its Mini Speaker…which is a mini speaker.
It’s water resistant (not water proof!) and features a 3W full-range speaker with a passive radiator on the bottom to deliver its sound and bass. It’ll go for $48, making it great if you want a budget speaker for outdoor activities like BBQs or camping trips.
Here’s a handy chart with all the essential details.
You can get all of the items from July 5 onwards, via online marketplaces or at all Huawei Concept stores and even some consumer electronic outlets.