The company introduced a smartwatch with sapphire glass, activity tracking and what they call “timeless design, smart within.”
The Android-powered watch comes with over 40 watch faces, an AMOLED display, gold, silver, and black cases, and stainless steel, and leather straps.
On the inside, it’s powered by a Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB of storage, and it’s kept ticking by a 300 mAh battery.
The watch will begin shipping on September 17th, and it will cost between $350 for the stainless steel version with a black leather strap, and it will go up to 800 for the rose gold version.
It’s certainly not cheap, but this might be the nicest looking Android Wear watch we’ve seen to date.
Huawei Mate S
The Mate S is Huawei’s new flashship phone. It sports at octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 935 processor, 3GBs of RAM, internal storage between 32GB and 64GB, a 5.5 inch screen, a 2700 mAh battery, and a fingerprint scanner in the back.
It’s main camera is capable of 13 megapixels, and the front facing camera can take 8 megapixel pictures, and Huawei is allowing advanced manual photo settings out of the box, no third party apps required.
First to Force Touch
Interestingly enough, the highest end version of Huawei’s Mate S is beating everyone else to Force Touch, a feature that is expected to appear next week on Apple’s newest iPhones.
Force Touch, however, will only be available in “select markets.”
The Huawei Mate S will start at €650 (about $730) for the 32GB version, it will go up to €700 (about $790) for the 64GB version, and the Force Touch version still has no set price.