As we say, after a time of absence, the presentation of HarmonyOS has served for Huawei to land a large number of these new devices in Spain by surprise. Everyone are part of Huawei’s connected ecosystem, where it is true that a smartphone can be the cornerstone for the control of some, but it is not essential in any case. Huawei has continued to pull gallons and experience to launch a new generation of its Freebuds, the Huawei Watch smartwatch, the MatePad tablet and connected displays designed for leisure and productivity.
All the new products that Huawei has presented
Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro
The first major launch of the Chinese firm has been the new range Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro. These two new smartwatches and smartwatches run the new HarmonyOS 2 operating system. For the first time, Huawei includes a high-precision temperature sensor that allows it to detect skin temperature. It also has new features like hand washing detection and fall detection.
It is also the is the first series of smartwatches from Huawei that incorporates a 3D rotating crown for tactile feedback. Thanks to high-precision finger movement recognition, users can zoom in and out on images and scroll through menu options with precision. The classic sports modes, heart rate measurement or sleep quality are also not lacking.
The “Pro” model differs from the standard by having a superior quality of materials with a sapphire crystal on its screen or a ceramic back. Its autonomy is also greater, since the battery can last up to 3 days in smart mode and 14 days in ultra-long battery life mode. Huawei also wanted to highlight an important improvement in the privacy of user data since it requests their express consent before registering any data.
The Huawei Watch 3 is now available for pre-sale in the Active, Classic and Elite Edition versions from € 369. The Huawei Watch 3 Pro is also available for pre-sale in the Classic and Elite Edition versions from € 449. Both can be found in the official Huawei store.
Huawei FreeBuds 4
Huawei has a lot of experience in its pocket audio family. Now the new Freebuds 4 arrive, with more technology than ever as detailed by the company. These Huawei TWS headphones inherit active noise cancellation technology thanks to ANC 2.0, which offers high-resolution sound quality and intelligent audio connectivity.
They feature a charging case measuring just 21.2mm and weighing 3.8g, that is, it is 6.3% smaller and 20.8% lighter than its predecessor. When Active Noise Cancellation is turned off, HUAWEI FreeBuds 4 offers up to 4 hours of continuous music playback and up to 22 hours along with the wireless charging case. Whereas, if active noise cancellation is turned on, they can offer up to 2.5 hours of continuous music playback.
Huawei has also highlighted that the FreeBuds 4 are the first open headphones to use the Adaptive Ear Matching (AEM) noise cancellation technology. This means that when noise cancellation is activated, the headphones automatically detect the shape of the user’s ear and determine the most suitable configuration to enhance the wearing experience by offering up to 9 different cancellation modes.
The new headphones are already available in pre-sale on the Huawei website. They come on the market in two versions: the cable charging version with a price of € 149 and the version with wireless charging for € 169.
Huawei MatePad 11
Huawei continues to bet on its tablets as an extra element to productivity or to take leisure anywhere. The new MatePad 11 features a slimmer design than ever, with less thickness, weight and frames than ever. In addition, it has performance to match the circumstances that will make it not limp on any side of performance, no matter how much we ask. It has a screen 10.95-inch IPS, with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and a 120 Hz refresh rate. This panel is compatible with the DCI-P3 color gamut and has obtained the necessary certifications to minimize user exposure to blue light and flicker.
Inside it integrates the powerful processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, accompanied by 6 GB of RAM and two versions with 64 or 128 GB storage. Its battery reaches 7,250 mAh and it is compatible with fast charging at 22W. The Huawei MatePad 11 will be available in Spain in July 2021, through Huawei’s online store and physical stores.
Huawei Vision S
Risky bet the one that these suppose two 55 and 65-inch 4K screens called Vision by Huawei. We are facing panels with LED technology and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which also integrates a magnetic camera in the upper part. We can not say that we are facing a TV to use, since it does not include a DTT tuner, but its use may be more intended for the workplace. Among its main functions, it allows multi-screen collaboration, the new multi-window function, which shows up to four applications at the same time. In addition, it also allows you to have two windows open simultaneously to improve the multitasking experience between applications.
The Huawei Vision has 32GB of built-in memory for install apps and works with HarmonyOS. This means that it has Huawei’s AppGallery bazaar to download apps of all kinds, including games. As detailed by the company, it is compatible with the MeeTime application to be able to make video calls.
The company has detailed that the Huawei Vision S series is already available in pre-sale in the official Huawei stores, and in the Huawei online store from June 10, with a price of € 799 for the 55-inch version and € 999 for the 65-inch panel.
Huawei MateView GT and Huawei MateView
Huawei has not wanted to end the presentation party without showing its two new bets aimed at the PC world. Without leaving the world of the image. The new Huawei MateView GT is a monitor intended for the gaming world, as it has a 34-inch curved screen and 2K resolution. It also offers an advanced 165 Hz refresh rate, perfect for fast-moving games. The sound is also on your side by integrating a sound bar with two 5W speakers.
For its part, the MateView monitor is more focused on productivity with a flat panel of 28.2 inches and also with 4K resolution. It integrates the same sound capacity as its brother and works as a fast charging station for other devices via USB-C. Both monitors are certified for low blue light emissions, which makes them more suitable for long hours in front of the computer. Huawei has confirmed that both options will be able to be purchased in their physical and online stores from July.