According to WinFuture, the Active model pictured above will cost 249 euros (~$280), while the Elegant version will be 229 euros (~$257). Originally, the Huawei Watch GT sold for 199 euros (~$224), so presumably, these new models will feature some sort of upgrade to justify the price hike.
Huawei files lawsuit against the U.S. over government equipment ban
Huawei is finally striking back at the U.S. government over claims that the China-based smartphone and telecommunications company is a security risk. The company filed a lawsuit in a Texas federal court, claiming the U.S. …
Wear OS hasn’t been getting much love lately, with even the launch of the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset not fixing most of the problems people face with the operating system (poor battery life, sluggish performance, etc.). Although Google will likely keep pushing Wear OS as hard as it can, it certainly would help if more companies were adopting the platform — which it seems Huawei is not going to do.
If you’re interested in checking out the best of what Wear OS has to offer at the moment, check out our review for the Fossil Sport.