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In a nutshell: Huawei is reportedly preparing to announce a smartwatch that doubles as a carrying case for a set of wireless earbuds. The combo wearable, branded as the Huawei Watch Buds in a teaser video on YouTube, depicts a chunky smartwatch with a display that flips open to reveal a pair of wireless earbuds tucked inside.
Details are light but in the video, you can make out what appears to be small charging contacts in the cradles that line up with metal points on each earbud.
Presumably, the smartwatch serves as a charging case for the buds when they aren't being used. The buds attach to the underside of the display with magnets.
Whether or not Huawei's creation will be a hit with consumers remains to be seen as it faces some obvious challenges. Smartwatch battery life is already at a premium and adding a power-sucking accessory like wireless earbuds is only going to make matters worse.
While the combo may seem convenient at first glance, it actually limits choice as it only works with the earbuds the watch was designed for. What happens if you lose the buds? Will Huawei sell the buds independent of the watch?
Ultimately, shoppers will have to weigh convenience versus aesthetics and usability. Simply put, how thick is too thick for a smartwatch? Other considerations like the hardware specs of the watch itself must also be considered along with the bundle's price.
Huawei was set share more details about the wearable during a product showcase on December 2 but has since postponed the event. No reason for the delay was given but some believe it could have to do with Covid-related restrictions in China.
Huawei is one of five Chinese tech companies on the receiving end of a sales and importation ban by the Federal Communications Commission. The agency said the ban against Huawei, ZTE, Hytera Communications, Hikvision and Dahua would protect the US from unacceptable national security risks. That said, even if Huawei does announce the Watch Buds soon, don't expect them to surface stateside.
Fri, 02 Dec 2022 05:43:00 -0600Shawn Knighten-UStext/htmlhttps://www.techspot.com/news/96845-huawei-latest-smartwatch-has-storage-compartment-wireless-earbuds.htmlKillexams : This upcoming smartwatch lets you store your earbuds inside (Updated: Delayed)
Huawei has teased the Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch for China.
A hands-on video shows that you can store your earbuds inside the watch.
Update:December 1, 2022 (1:46 AM ET): Huawei has postponed the event where the Watch Buds was expected to launch. The company posted the announcement on its Weibo channel. There’s no word on a new launch date.
Huawei confirmed the existence of the Huawei Watch Buds on Weibo, complete with a teaser video and December 2 launch date. The clip, seen below, suggests that the dial can open up to reveal an area to store your true wireless earbuds.
YouTube channel QSQ Technology has indeed posted a hands-on video with the new smartwatch, confirming that the dial can be opened up to reveal a place for your earbuds. Check out the clip below.
The earbuds shown off here are very small though, so we won’t be surprised if battery life suffers as a result. But we can also make out what appears to be charging contacts in the recesses, suggesting that the watch is able to top up the earbuds too.
Huawei Watch Buds: Hot or not?
As for the watch itself, QSQ Technology reports that it has a similar design as the Huawei Watch 3 and runs Harmony OS. For what it’s worth, we thought the Harmony-toting Watch 3 Pro offered great battery life, intuitive design, and brisk performance. However, we also lamented the inconsistent tracking, lack of apps, and features exclusive to Huawei phones or specific regions.
In any event, this seems like a really cool solution for storing your true wireless earbuds. This could be particularly handy for athletes (e.g. runners and cyclists) or those without pockets. We’ve asked Huawei about global availability and will update the article if/when the company gets back to us.
Tue, 29 Nov 2022 21:42:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.androidauthority.com/huawei-watch-buds-3242645/Killexams : Huawei’s latest smartwatch has a secret inside: a pair of wireless earbuds
If you’d already seen any leaks of the Huawei Watch Buds on the web, then you’d be forgiven for thinking it was some fan-made concept or an early-development product destined to never see the light of day. But, in an announcement on Weibo, Huawei has not only confirmed that the Huawei Watch Buds are a genuine product, but provided a teaser video for us to get a better look (via The Register).
As the name suggests, the Huawei Watch Buds are a pair of earbuds concealed within a smartwatch that looks similar to the Huawei Watch 3. Details are a little sparse so there’s no word yet on what kind of performance or battery life you can expect from either of the products, but the watch itself does appear to be running HarmonyOS.
The earbuds don’t seem to resemble any previous Huawei products, sporting a bare-bones black and silver design. While the concept feels more than a little gimmicky, it could be a neat solution for runners and other sporty folks who don’t want to carry a separate earbud case during a workout. (If they don’t mind the extra bulk on their wrists.)
Addressing the elephant in the room, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to buy this wacky gadget in the US anyway, regardless of its legitimacy. Huawei products have been effectively banned in the country since the company was placed on the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security Entity list in 2019.
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Tue, 29 Nov 2022 15:39:00 -0600en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.gizchina.com/2022/11/30/huawei-gives-up-all-set-to-abandon-the-european-market-huawei-europe/Killexams : The new Huawei smartwatch will store earbuds inside
(Pocket-lint) - A hands-on video has revealed a strange new Huawei product that uses a smartwatch as a charging case for earbuds, aptly named the Huawei Watch Buds.
As unusual as it seems, it could actually prove quite handy. At the very least it's one less thing to remember to charge, and it'll also save some valuable pocket space.
At first, we assumed this would be some kind of attention-grabbing tech demo, wowing people at a show like CES, but destined to never hit the retail shelves.
However, Huawei has acknowledged the existence of its Watch Buds since the video went up. The brand posted a teaser video on its Weibo account that shows a glimpse of the watch before promising a reveal on December 2 2022.
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Unfortunately, this event has now been delayed, reportedly as a sign of respect to former CCP General Secretary Jiang Zemin, who passed away on November 30.
This means that we'll need to wait a little longer to learn more, but the tease has definitely piqued our interest.
What we can tell at the moment is that the design is reminiscent of the Huawei Watch GT 3 series, with a digital crown and a slight curve to the display.
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There's a decent chance that this product could make its way to Europe, too. Notebookcheck reports that Huawei has sought a European trademark for the device.
As is the norm for Huawei devices, it'll likely first launch in China, before coming to other regions a few months later. Whatever the case may be, we're looking forward to learning more.
Writing by Luke Baker.
Fri, 02 Dec 2022 00:25:00 -0600Luke Bakeren-gbtext/htmlhttps://www.pocket-lint.com/smartwatches/news/huawei/163682-huawei-watch-buds-leak-announcementKillexams : U.S. bans imports of Chinese tech from Huawei, ZTE
The U.S. is banning the sale of communications equipment made by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE and restricting the use of some China-made video surveillance systems, citing an "unacceptable risk" to national security.
The five-member Federal Communications Commission said Friday it has voted unanimously to adopt new rules that will block the importation or sale of certain technology products that pose security risks to U.S. critical infrastructure. It's the latest in a years-long escalation of U.S. restrictions of Chinese technology that began with former President Donald Trump and has continued under President Joe Biden's administration.
"The FCC is committed to protecting our national security by ensuring that untrustworthy communications equipment is not authorized for use within our borders, and we are continuing that work here," said FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, a Democrat, in a prepared statement.
Along with Huawei and ZTE, the order affects products made by companies such as Hikvision and Dahua, makers of widely used video surveillance cameras.
The FCC's order applies to future authorizations of equipment, though the agency leaves open the possibility it could revoke previous authorizations.
"Our unanimous decision represents the first time in FCC history that we have voted to prohibit the authorization of new equipment based on national security concerns," tweeted Brendan Carr, a Republican FCC commissioner.
Carr added that as "a result of our order, no new Huawei or ZTE equipment can be approved. And no new Dahua, Hikvision, or Hytera gear can be approved unless they assure the FCC that their gear won't be used for public safety, security of government facilities, & other national security purposes."
Fri, 25 Nov 2022 15:22:00 -0600en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.cbsnews.com/news/huawei-zte-ban-fcc-equipment/Killexams : New Huawei Buds Watch revealed – wtf have we just seen?
A hands-on video of a new Huawei concept smartwatch has appeared online – and this could be one of the maddest wearables we’ve seen for years.
The scoop by Huawei Central, coming straight out of China, shows a pretty normal-looking Huawei smartwatch, with a major twist.
In the video, the smartwatch screen flips to reveal a pair of Huawei earphones inside the case.
It would be an extremely useful way to carry headphones, rather than have the charging case in your pocket all day. It would save the risk of them getting lost or forgotten, and just the physical co-joining of watch and buds could encourage listening from the wrist.
However, there’s still so much we haven’t seen.
Firstly, it seems implausible that the Huawei Watch Buds are the same thickness of a normal Huawei Watch – and the videos seem carefully curated not to show the depth.
The slots inside the case reveal that they could be small cylindrical buds, but whether they match up to the comfort, sound quality, and battery life we expect is a mystery.
Then there’s the question of charging. Not many people would supply away vital smartwatch charge for their headphones.
Huawei has generally offered over a week of battery life on its smartwatches, so if any brand could take up the challenge of powering two wearables in a single device, we’d bet on the Chinese behemoth.
It comes off the back of the Huawei Watch Cyber, which features a case that detaches from the band. It seems that Huawei is trying out some wild concepts, to see if it can pre-empt the next generation of smartwatches.
Tech brands regularly produce concept designs, so we’re not sure this will ever see the light of day – especially outside of China. But it’s a really interesting take on the idea of a smartwatch, and we’ll be following this closely.
James is the co-founder of Wareable, and he has been a technology journalist for 15 years.
He started his career at Future Publishing, James became the features editor of T3 Magazine and T3.com and was a regular contributor to TechRadar – before leaving Future Publishing to found Wareable in 2014.
James has been at the helm of Wareable since 2014 and has become one of the leading experts in wearable technologies globally. He has reviewed, tested, and covered pretty much every wearable on the market, and is passionate about the evolving industry, and wearables helping people achieve healthier and happier lives.
Mon, 28 Nov 2022 20:50:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.wareable.com/smartwatches/new-huawei-buds-watch-revealed-wtfKillexams : Huawei teases a smartwatch with built-in wireless earbuds
As convenient as wireless earbuds can be, you typically have to carry a case around to store and charge them. Wouldn't you rather free up your pocket? Huawei thinks so. As The Registernotes, the Chinese brand has teased a Watch Buds smartwatch that includes earbuds you charge beneath the dial. Official details will have to wait as the company has delayed a winter consumer launch event slated for today, but there are already some clues as to how this oddball design will work.
Huawei Central has obtained photos indicating that the earbuds attach to the underside of the dial and sit in recesses when the watch is closed. The design is similar to that of the Watch GT series, complete with a steel case and leather strap, and reportedly runs Huawei's in-house HarmonyOS. While the specs aren't available, it won't be surprising if there's a large battery when the watch has to power both itself and the buds.
An early hands-on video from QSQTechnology, meanwhile, suggests that the earbuds attach to the watch through magnets. The buds' design is unremarkable, and doesn't look especially comfortable — this is about convenience more than anything.
It's not certain when Huawei will formally announce the Watch Buds, nor is it clear which countries will get them. We definitely wouldn't count on a US launch given Huawei's persona non grata status. However, it won't be surprising if there's a market for the design. You could listen to music on a walk without carrying anything beyond your smartwatch, and you'd never have to worry about misplacing a charging case.
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Tue, 06 Dec 2022 00:02:00 -0600en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.engadget.com/huawei-watch-buds-teaser-150018091.htmlKillexams : Huawei MateBook X Pro review: A great flagship laptop with an excellent screen and fabulous sound
Huawei releases another laptop in their flagship MateBook series
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Huawei has had a busy year releasing a number of flagship products that have shown off the tech company’s scope for creating innovative but accessible devices.
Amongst the year's big releases is Huawei's latest flagship laptop, the MateBook X Pro, which is stacked with unique features.
The X Pro is the latest iteration of Huawei’s Matebook laptop series that utilises new specs to surpass its predecessor's performance power.
Following suit like the rest of the MateBook laptops, the X Pro is ultra-thin and only weighs 1.26kg. It may be thin but the X Pro is made from a smooth but durable Magnesium Alloy.
This robust build makes the X Pro highly portable and able to take all kinds of knocks. It comes in three different colours, Ink Blue, Space Gray and White, each of these muted variations adds to the laptop’s elegant design.
The X Pro is a smart-looking laptop that will feel right at home in an office or any professional setting.
Huawei's MateBook X Pro has a stunning 14.2 inch screen(
That being said the laptop does have a limited amount of ports, with just four USB-C ports and one 3.5mm audio jack being available.
Two of the USB-C ports have Thunderbolt 4 support which is a nice inclusion as it grants the laptop a little more versatility.
But like with a lot of modern laptops there aren’t any ports for older connections which is understandable, however, even adding one USB-A or an HDMI port will greatly reduce the need to lug around an extension dock.
The keyboard and trackpad are very responsive with the latter featuring Huawei’s Free Touch control scheme. Like its predecessors, the trackpad is a joy to use as the haptic feedback gestures work accurately and grant a lot of control over the laptop.
The MateBook X Pro comes built with a 14.2-inch screen with a resolution of 3120 × 2080 at 264 PPI and an aspect ratio of 3:2.
It has a 92.5% screen-to-body ratio which is great as you get more screen for your cash.
It's robust body is made from a smooth Magnesium Alloy(
Huawei have opted for an LTPS screen over an OLED, which given the price seems like a weird omission, but this sacrifice will grant the laptop more battery life as it does not light up every pixel individually.
The required amount of Nits depends on the device being used and arguably a laptop’s brightness shouldn’t fall under 300 nits, which makes X Pro’s 500 great. The X Pro is very bright, granting users visual clarity during any time of the day.
The X Pro has a great feature that lets users swap between two different colour gamuts.
Having a choice of sRGB and Display P3 colour spaces is amazing as it grants the user access to a wide range of colours which are excellent for creative work.
This choice also lets the user tailor their visual experience by choosing the colour setting they feel is visually appealing.
The laptop has a refresh rate of up to 90Hz and users can select lower options which will help extend their battery life.
The keyboard and touch pad are very responsive(
But I recommend keeping the refresh rate on the high setting as the laptop performs amazingly, especially when using the touch screen, which is very responsive.
The MateBook X Pro’s screen is fantastic, displaying rich and vibrant visuals during my time with it.
It comes with a built-in camera that has a resolution of 720p, which can be a little frustrating given the price and that external 1080p webcams are very cheap to purchase.
It is not all bad as the webcam comes with Huawei’s Smart Conference software that includes a plethora of features like virtual backgrounds and tracking features that will keep you centred in an image.
Huawei has managed to fit six speakers within the X Pro’s slim body and they sound fantastic.
I normally would recommend using an external speaker with most laptops, but the X Pro surprisingly comes with a wide soundstage, offering powerful bass that is accompanied by clear-sounding highs and mids.
The MateBook X Pro is ultra thin making it easy to transport(
The MateBook X Pro comes fitted with a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1260P Processor, which is leaps ahead of its 11th Gen counterparts.
This new CPU has been designed for Ultralight laptops and even though it pales in comparison to Intel’s flagship i7-1280P due to having two fewer cores, with 16GB of Ram and 1TB memory it still performs like a champ during all the day-to-day tasks.
Alongside the Intel Iris Xe Graphics processor, the laptop is good for light gaming and I say that because it did slightly struggle with more demanding games at full settings. But it was able to play titles like League of Legends very well.
It comes with Windows 11 which is standard for most laptops and computers now, but the X Pro really shines in how well the Huawei Super Device software has been optimised.
This software will let any other Huawei product work in unison with the laptop allowing users to mirror images with the MatePad or share screens with one of their phones.
The software is very intuitive and easy to use, I fully recommend Huawei fans to use it as it helps to bring all the different devices together.
The laptop has a 60Wh battery that will grant me about 7-9 hours of use after one full charge.
This will massively depend on what software is running, as watching movies or playing games to name a few will drain the battery much faster. That being said, I was impressed with the overall battery life during day-to-day tasks.
Huawei MateBook X Pro Verdict 4 / 5
Huawei’s MateBook X Pro is a great flagship laptop that delivers a great performance rivalling other new generation ultra-lightweight laptops. It handles the majority of tasks admirably, with the screen being one of the best I have reviewed.
Tue, 29 Nov 2022 03:04:00 -0600entext/htmlhttps://www.mirror.co.uk/tech/huawei-matebook-x-pro-review-28600108Killexams : Huawei Enjoy 50z to Launch on December 2No result found, try new keyword!Earlier today, Huawei revealed that it will hold a launch event in China on December 2. The company also confirmed that it will announce the Huawei Nova 10 SE smartphone at this conference.Tue, 29 Nov 2022 19:05:00 -0600en-UStext/htmlhttps://www.gizmochina.com/2022/11/29/huawei-enjoy-50z-to-launch-on-december-2/H13-612 exam dump and training guide direct download Training Exams List