Huawei has introduced the Watch Buds, a smartwatch that includes earbuds in addition to the standard functions seen on other smartwatches like ECG support and more.
Because of this, if the idea of a Huawei smartwatch that comes with earbuds integrated it feels like it has been discussed before, that's because it has; the same information emerged not too long ago. However, as of this moment, it has been made official, and they will be known as Huawei Watch Buds.
What exactly does it imply then? To put it simply, there is a brand-new smartwatch in town. It comes equipped with several of the features that you might anticipate, such as a circular AMOLED display that is 1.47 inches in size. This monitor also has a resolution that is 466 by 466 pixels.
There is a 410 mAh battery on the inside, and the manufacturer claims that it has a life expectancy of around three days per charge. There is support for over 80 different workout modes, and the sensors include SpO2 and ECG so that you can also monitor your heart rate. That is all wonderful material, but the thing that really differentiates this item from others on the market that are very much like it is the hidden pair of earbuds.
These earbuds have a water resistance rating of IP54, however before you place them into the watch to charge, you need to be sure that they are completely dry. The compartment is referred to as the Flip Cover by Huawei, but all you have to do to access it is raise the screen and slide the earbuds in between the screen and the cover.
Importantly, these headphones have ANC built in, and a single charge will provide you around four hours of playback time. In addition, the watch battery may be charged in the same convenient way.
Although just the Chinese market has been announced so far, the Huawei Watch Buds will cost for around RMB 2,988.