CES 2016: Huawei launches smartphone And Watch With Swarovski Crystals

Huawei Presented This Tuesday, 5, during press conference before the technology fair Consumer Electronic Show (CES), a new line of intelligent watches dedicated to women. The two new Huawei Smartwatch clock models are decorated with Swarovski crystals, gold coating and has Italian leather bracelets.

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According to watchtutorials, the watch uses Android operating system, has 1.4 inch screen, 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage and connectivity via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. There is still no forecast if the product will be launched in Brazil, but in other countries, it will turn out for $500 (about 2,000 R$) or $600 (about 2,400 R$), depending on the model.

Another innovation announced by Chinese company was more a model of Smartphone line Mate. The main highlight of the Kill 8 is the battery. According to the Chairman of Huawei’s handset division, Kevin Ho, the appliance has autonomy for more than two days of use without need to reload it.

The time varies according to the activity: the battery lasts 17 hours running videos in HD, 38 hours in 3 g navigation and 98 hours playing music. The company also stated that simply leave the loading cell for half an hour to ensure a full day of use.

One of the differences is a fingerprint-reading sensor located on the back of the appliance. Your function lets you unlock the device screen, answer calls, take selfies and locking photos, videos and documents.

With 6-inch screen, the smartphone will have two versions: one with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage and one with 4 GB and 64 GB. It will be possible to acquire them in other countries, by 600 and 700 euros, respectively; the Brazil is not in the list of countries where the product will be marketed.

Although not very known in Brazil, Huawei is the third largest manufacturer of smartphones in the world, with 7.7% market share, according to Gartner Consulting. According to Canalys consulting, based in Beijing, the company surpassed the Xiaomi in the Chinese market in October last year. The rival has recorded, for the first time, a drop in sales compared to the previous year.