Huawei is releasing a range of smart watches and tablets powered by its new HarmonyOS 2 operating system, that includes new versions of the Huawei Watch 3 Series and the MatePad Pro. Over 100 other Huawei devices will be upgraded to run on this next-generation operating system that gives consumers access to a seamless experience across multiple smart devices in different scenarios.
Huawei’s new flagship smartwatch features a curved glass screen, 316L stainless steel case and a 3D rotating crown that senses different levels of pressure and provides haptic feedback in response to user input. It integrates seamlessly with a Huawei smartphone to serve as a multifunctional travel assistant, making ride-hailing and flight information available at a glance. The watch also serves as a professional fitness and health manager supporting more than 100 workout modes and a battery life which lasts five days in smart mode and 21 days in ultra-long battery life mode.
The MatePad Pro features a 12.6-inch OLED FullView display with a 90% screen-to-body ratio, claimed to be the highest among tablets currently on the market. With the distributed data management and task scheduling capabilities of HarmonyOS, it works seamlessly with smartphones and PCs. The tablet becomes a drawing board in Mirror mode and a monitor in Extend mode and supports cross-device file dragging and dropping, delivering a more efficient and collaborative multi-device experience.
The second-generation Huawei M-Pencil was also released with the MatePad Pro. Featuring a new platinum-coated nib for high-precision handwriting and ultra-low latency, it carries FreeScript, which converts handwriting in any input box into digital text in real time.
At the same time, the company announced the release of Huawei FreeBuds 4, its next-generation open-fit Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) wireless Bluetooth earbuds together with two high-end monitors, the MateView and the MateView GT.
A Huawei spokesperson told Appliance Retailer details of a local roll-out plan were still to be confirmed.