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WATCH: We test Huawei’s Watch Buds and find they’re magnetic
Huawei has introduced the Huawei Watch Buds, a duo which by the looks of it may become every runners preferred couple.
The watch comes with two ear buds ready to play your favourite tune, right from the watch.
Store music on your watch and play while on the run or at the gym without having to carry your phone with you.
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During the launch of the Huawei Mate50Pro in South Africa, Huawei unveiled their incoming innovative pair, a set named the Huawei Watch Buds.
A collective which promises to disrupt the norm.
Huawei’s Watch Buds are on our list of impressively smart watches to arrive on the market as the idea to factor in two magnetic earphones under the watches display is just futuristic in the right way.
The watch looks intelligently smart, although a quick run down of most of it’s features led to us noticing some much needed software upgrades.
Huawei’s incoming watch with earphones not only looks appealing but is almost the size of any regular sized watch. We found this impressive.
It’s light on weight with leather straps to add to its aesthetic. Weighing at only 66.5g, with a glass front and stainless steel frame, the watch charges the earbuds housed beneath the display.
It’s display screen is 1.43 inches, with resolution at 466 x 466 pixels.
There’s no loud speaker as far as we know to a watch that will come in black and silver, packed with a 410 mAh, non-removable battery.
The idea is practical, earphones inside a watch is really a great idea. We we wonder about the sound quality but cannot wait to unbox this new addition to the fitness ecosystem.
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