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Huawei Smartwatch Goes 4G

Chinese-based Huawei has unveiled a new e-watch, pictured, which it claims is the first 4G SIM-enabled smartwatch available in the Australian market.

The Watch 2 has dual-mic noise cancellation, an antenna on the upper watch case to help with 4G, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity, and other smartwatch features, Huawei says.

Workout and hard-walking and/or running enthusiasts may be thankful for the phone’s heart rate detection which is accompanied by automatically generated report to advise on recovery time and training effects.

The watch runs on Android Wear 2.0, works with Google Assistant and voice commands and Android Pay, and is said to be compatible with iPhones.

Prices at Vodafone start atA$599.

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