Oppo & Huawei Are Ready to Launch Next Smartwatches

The Huawei once was active in smartwatch business and had been grabbed the attention of many customers worldwide was quiet for some time on an issue with the US government. It could be going to change soon that world’s one of the largest smartphone maker is ready to introduce its mobile operating system, Harmony OS. The proprietary operating system for all smartphone & wearable devices.

Last year the company had launched Watch GT with Light OS, but it wasn’t run successfully although the battery backup was impressive.

Huawei Watch 2 & Watch 2 Pro were the only smartwatches on the market that can compete with other Apple & Samsung watches. Since last year, Huawei watches have been missing major Android Wear updates and it is going into benefits of Samsung, Apple & Fitbit.

The company knows the Wear OS market is shrinking & it is better to come up with its wearable ecosystem that will connect each device. Now Huawei has ideas with new Harmony OS and its configuration with all wearables & smartphones. It still unclarified when we can see the next gadgets running on Harmony and how the company will target its customers.

Oppo’s first smartwatch

Oppo Smartwatch

The other news is China’s other company Oppo is making space for Wearable business. The Oppo has plans to launch smartwatches & fitness trackers in the market.

On the official Twitter account CEO of Oppo has revealed the company’s next move in wearable gadgets. He told future Oppo smartwatches & trackers will be seen in the second half of 2020. Right now, we don’t know anything about this smartwatch nor the official name, but I think in the coming weeks we will be hearing more about it.

Both are Chinese companies trying to make room in this business. If they want to deal with Apple & Samsung, then they have to come up with future-proof devices like Apple has launched Watch Series 4 & Samsung has introduced Galaxy Watch active 2.

What do you think, will you buy your next wearable gadget from Oppo & Huawei? Give us your opinion in the comment section below.

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