Huawei Uganda has lunched the Huawei Watch in Uganda. This is the first of it’s kind Smartwatch that was announced early this month in Barcelona at the Mobile world Congress. The Chinese telecom giant launched the wearable devices on Tuesday in Kampala.
For a first entry Android wear smartwatch, this thing looks impressive and comes with a 1.4-inch, 400×400 resolution circular AMOLED display inside a 316L corrosive-resistant, cold-forged stainless steel body. That display sits beneath a sapphire crystal lens cover for scratch resistance and can be used with gloves on or wet hands.
The sensors in this Watch include, a 6-axis, heart rate monitor and barometer. The 6-axis sensor enables the Huawei Watch to recognize what kind of motion you’re currently doing, such as walking, running, cycling, and the automatically record the relevant data. It will come with 40 different watch faces and a choice of gold, silver or black finish.
According to Ayo Samuel Chris Huawei Uganda’s head of device services, he said that 2015 was their year to increase their market share in Uganda where they enjoy a 14% share of the ICT solutions sector.
We have been setting up shop for the past few years and this year around we are breaking into the top three by all means. We shall next month be introducing our series of wearable devices including the Huawei Watch, TalkBand B2, and TalkBand N1 for Ugandan consumers to stay connected for a very affordable price not necessarily with entry-level smartphones like Techno does.
Huawei acknowledges that Ugandans are bit by bit appreciating their smart products. With their Ascend brand, they have managed to gain a global position in the smartphone market. The company has also launched their latest Ascend flagship called the Huawei Ascend Mate7 smartphone flagship handset with a huge screen, fingerprint sensor, brand-new octa-core chip, and a long lasting battery.