The concept of Google’s Android Wear powered smartwatches working with Apple’s iPhone sounds far-fetched, right? Possibly not, due to the fact that a couple of hours back a listing for the highly-anticipated Huawei Android Use smartwatch (called Huawei Watch) was found over at Amazon which stated that the device works with “most devices with an iOS 8.2……”. The page after making a couple of rounds on the internet has actually since then been taken down following a statement from Huawei.
The listing was especially fascinating since it was the only source that had actually clearly called out the compatibility of the Huawei Watch – – which is confirmed to run Android Use – – with potentially an iPhone.
After the news went viral on the blogosphere, Huawei took down the listing and brought out a statement stating:
Earlier today, incorrect info about the upcoming launch of the Huawei Watch was released on a partner website. We have absolutely nothing to reveal at this time. Stay tuned for more details next week.
Initially look, it definitely appears like an oversight in listing – – a mistake that somebody over at Amazon or Huawei dedicated when putting the watch up there. This would usually require a correction, but the transfer to pull the page totally together with a hint to check back in a week, makes you believe if somebody at Huawei jumped the weapon early, and if Google or Huawei had some essential statement to make in near future, specifically with IFA just around the corner where a variety of brand-new Android Wear powered smartwatches will be announced, consisting of the second-gen Moto 360.
It’s remained in the rumors for rather some time now that Android Use compatibility for iOS remains in the works, however there has never been any trustworthiness to this claim. We’re beginning to think that this may be the very first real indication that it can potentially take place, and that too soon.
The Huawei Watch’s preorder listing revealed the base design selling for $ 350, and increasing to $ 800 for gold-plated variations. Not offered for pre-order any longer obviously, but the listing did state that it would be offered for delivering beginning September 2, meanings that we don’t need to wait for long now to discover out if it will undoubtedly run with iOS devices.
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