There is a strong likelihood that Huawei will be releasing the Huawei Watch 2 at MWC 2017. This was gathered from a Weibo post today by Huawei VP Yu Chengdong also known as Richard Tu.
The Huawei VP tweeted a post containing an image of a sprinter glancing at his wristwatch as he sprints. Ther eare also some attached texts with the hashtag #HuaweiWatch2, and #MADE FOR FREE SPIRITS! The message also contained the hashtag #Huawei MWC2017. The VP left off short of revealing any details of the expected Huawei Watch 2 but did reveal that the Asian tech giant would be releasing three versions of the Huawei 10000mAh mobile power bank with fast charging support on Wednesday.
Previous leaks had tipped the Huawei Watch 2 as coming powered by Google’s Android Wear 2.0 and will have a 42mm diameter dial. The display will come in 1.4 inches and there will likely be two different types of straps, one made of stainless steel and another made from rubber. In addition, the Huawei Watch 2 will come with a version that supports use of SIM cards, such that it can independently connect to mobile network, and be used to make and receive calls. There might be more but we’ll have to wait for the official details for those.