In addition to the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, Huawei also launched the successor to the Huawei Watch: the Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic. The two different variants of the smartwatch offer widely different features and cater to a wider range of consumers.
Digital personal assistants are seeing an all new, refreshed focus from companies all over the globe.
Alongside the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, Huawei will also be unveiling the Huawei Watch 2 at MWC later this month. The news was confirmed by Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu.
Earlier this week, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor launched the Honor 6X in India. The handset will take on the likes of Xiaomi’s popular Redmi Note 4, Moto G4 Plus, and Lenovo’s K6 Note. Unlike its peers, though, the Honor 6X manages to set itself apart by offering a dual-lens camera setup at the rear.
Huawei has been fine tuning its digital native (for which read teenagers and twenty somethings) smartphones for a couple of years now and, with the Honor 6X, has (almost) perfected the delicate balance between technology and value for money. The 6X has (almost, again) no weaknesses, at least in this relatively budget segment of the market. If you want a decent (if not top end) smartphone, don’t want to pay top dollar and don’t mind your Android experience to be slightly tweaked from Google’s Nexus and Pixel ambitions, then the Honor 6X is an easy recommendation.
Nokia is not the only company that wants to raise awareness for an upcoming big reveal of something new in late February.