Latest Huawei smartwatch reviews
Ceramic and titanium combine in a powerful sports watch. It's got tracking capabilities to rival Garmin and the style vision to compete with Samsung.
Huawei's Watch 3 heralds the beginning of something new for Huawei: HarmonyOS's time has come, but is it any good?
Huawei has come up with a sort of smartwatch and fitness tracker hybrid, which is a solid proposition.
Huawei's luxe smartwatch is made from titanium, sapphire crystal and ceramics. It also lasts for two weeks on a full charge and is great for fitness.
Huawei's 2020 watch includes every kind of tracking you could imagine, is a real looker, and cuts the price over its predecessors too.
The second-generation model adds an always-on display (sort of) and new design, available in 42mm or 46mm size options. Stylish and great for fitness.
Huawei has departed from using Google's Wear OS, instead opting for its own, but has the Chinese company succeeded with its long-lasting Watch GT?
The second-gen Huawei smartwatch, the aptly named Watch 2, arrives as part of the Android Wear 2.0 brigade and, therefore, with more features than its
Huawei is at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, where it is taking a moment to refresh its product lineup, and of course it hasn't ignored the Huawei Watch. You c...