Smartwatch with TWS earbuds inside! WHOA! Biggest Apple rival to change wearables
Smartwatch with TWS earbuds inside! Yes, that is actually happening. The concept of earbuds embedded into a smart wrist based wearable isn't new – Huawei has done one in the past. However, the Chinese brand, which once was on the verge of dominating the global tech scene, is now coming up with a device that blows minds. The company is launching a new wearable called Huawei Watch Buds and while it has only released the teaser officially, a tipster has leaked hands-on footage of the same.
The Huawei Watch Buds is essentially a full-blown smartwatch running on the company's Harmony OS platform. Based on the leaked video, it seems to be a smartwatch that simply has two earbuds placed inside. That sounds crazy, given that smartwatches are usually sleek and only contain the chipset as well as the battery. How does Huawei manage to pack in two TWS earbuds inside?
Huawei Watch Buds with TWS earbuds inside
From the outside, the Watch Buds looks like any other conventional smartwatch that you can buy from the shelves today. However, the Watch Buds has a thicker than usual body to suggest something different.
The display rests on the lid and it opens from the bottom, revealing two tiny TWS earbuds. The earbuds are packaged cleverly inside to take up as little space as possible. The earbuds themselves appear to be simple ones that are supposed to be used mostly for calls and basic music listening. The watch acts as a case for the earbuds.
Huawei is yet to launch the product in China and it remains to be seen how much it will cost. After all, it appears to be a proper smartwatch and a pair of TWS earbuds resting inside can only make things more expensive. Another point to be noted is how many people would need a separate pair of TWS earbuds given that today's watches have loudspeakers built inside.
Huawei is also releasing a kids watch that has two cameras onboard. The one on the face is for video calling whereas the other one is for taking pictures.