Huawei Watch Top 5 2015-09-24 11-16-30

The Huawei Watch is definitely an Android Wear watch, but it does have a few features that set it apart from its competitors. Even though it may be priced a little on the steep side compared to other offerings in the space, Huawei has truly seized this opportunity to further prove that it is serious about building hardware for Android platforms. The Huawei Watch is the watch to beat right now, and there are at least 5 reasons that’s the case…

Firstly, its screen. Not only does the Huawei Watch pack a solid 286 pixels-per-inch into its tiny 1.4-inch screen, but the display also passes on the flat tire of the Moto 360 and is covered in sapphire crystal. Besides its screen, the Huawei Watch is also future-proof thanks to a speaker that’s built-in, and the entry-level watch also ships with easily removable leather straps. All around, this package is solid — if you have $350 to spend on an Android Wear watch.


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