With 3G phone, video calling, GPS, fitness tracking, location tracking, parental control and more, July 2016 promises ‘the world’s most advanced kids’ smartwatch.’
To celebrate the launch of the Huawei watch in Australia, it will stage a pop up store at Westfield Sydney where visitors can curate their own flat lay image for a chance to win a Huawei watch and $500 Westfield voucher.
Huawei’s new Watch has a classic Swiss design yet it is powered by Android Wear. It will be the first to work on Android and iOS and is available in Australia from 15 October.
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