During MWC, Huawei released the Huawei Watch Buds, a smartwatch that comes with headphones inside. We show you in this note!
In it Mobile World Congressevent that is currently occurring in Barcelona, Huawei released an interesting device: the Huawei WatchBuds, a smartwatch that comes with wireless headphones inside. This is the first time that a gadget with this design has been presented and that it has two functions in one.
He Huawei WatchBuds It has a high-quality stainless steel casing that offers greater resistance and durability. has a screen AMOLED in color of 1.43 inches with a resolution of 466×466. It comes with a premium leather strap with delicate textures and a subtle shine that adds style and elegance. Its thickness is 14.99mm and has 21 layers of components inside, including an eight-channel photoelectric sensor, an ultra-microprecision rotary axis module, a headphone charging unit, a magnetic attachment unit, and a pair of headphones tws.
With an innovative pop-up design, we can lift the cover of the smartwatch with a simple touch and see two headphones on the other side of the sphere. These are equipped with a quad magnetic full-range flat diaphragm that enables the unit to deliver powerful, full-frequency, high-resolution audio. In addition, they have active noise cancellation and triple adaptive equalizer, guaranteeing an optimal audio experience. And if we want to control them, we just have to touch them since we can access multiple functions thanks to its tactical controls.
Like any smartwatch, the Huawei WatchBuds It supports various monitoring functions, such as automatic detection of blood oxygen saturation, heart rate monitoring, and sleep monitoring. It also has 80 sports modes, including 10 professional ones such as running, walking, cycling, jumping rope, elliptical machine, rowing or free training.
But you are probably wondering what the battery is like, since instead of a device the watch buds have to worry about the burden of two. Huawei He confirmed that both the watch and the headphones last up to three days if we give them “normal” use. If we activate the energy saving mode, the time can be expanded to one week. Finally, the device comes with a wireless charger made of high thermal conductivity oxide ceramic.
Currently the Huawei WatchBuds is available in Spain, and its price is EUR499 (around USD530). The company did not reveal when it will arrive in other countries, but considering that it has already been presented and can be purchased, it is likely that it will reach the Argentina.