Today, an interesting smartwatch, Huawei Watch Buds appeared online showing earbuds inside. A design that surely deserves our attention.
An alleged image of the Huawei Watch Buds retail box leaked online, showing the first look at this smartwatch that could carry cylindrical shape earbuds inside the dial.
Inspecting the image, the smartwatch comes with a leather strap and steel frame. The overall design is quite similar to the Watch 3 series. Also, it’s labeled with “Powered by HarmonyOS“, which means the operating system will run this smartwatch out of the box.
The past render reveals that the design is quite compact and the smartwatch has maintained the thickness of a regular wearable. On the other hand, Weibo users are raging discussions about the design. Earlier this month, a leak revealed that there’s a new device with the codename, Conan that is a sci-fi concept. Probably, the report was hinting toward Huawei Watch Buds because its design is sci-fi too.
The video gives us the first sense of the size of the headphones – which appear to be more compact than the Galaxy Buds Live – and reiterates that the smartwatch will have a leather strap. So far, only the black and brown model has appeared in images, but it is possible that the Chinese giant will make other options available after the launch of the wearable.
Here the video –
The box revealed in a previous leak shows that the watch will be powered by HarmonyOS, Huawei’s proprietary operating system. The specifications of the screen, battery, processor and sensors for measuring the health of the Watch Buds have not yet been revealed, but Huawei should prepare an official announcement for the smartwatch soon.
Huawei has filed a patent describing a new smartwatch format that can also be used as a wireless headset. The hybrid device has been submitted to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and is class 9.
From the image, it is not possible to know for sure the real format of the headphones and whether their allocation inside the watch will interfere a lot with the thickness of the device in relation to the standard models, but this is certainly a very bold idea and that, if well accepted , should be replicated by other manufacturers.