Huawei still warming to Mobile World Congress the weekend coming, and if last week already put us the long teeth with promotional images which could be your first smart watch, yesterday gave the first details of its second foray into the village of the smartbands sector.
And it is that the Chinese manufacturer will bring to the market which would be the first wearable with LTE 4, 5G connectivity, technology between the 4G and 5G that will begin to market the coming year, and will do so with a smart bracelet that will use a chip LTE-M manufactured by startup Neul acquired in September of last year.
Said Huawei policy-makers at the Conference presentation, connectivity 4, 5G will be the first not to be aimed only at people, but also to smart devices, and it will be marketed next year offering speeds of up to 1 Gbps downloading.
Over in the bracelet itself and its specifications did not give too many details, except that a bracelet will be cuantificadora which will measure our level of health, our heart rate, and that will be able to link up with other devices of the Internet of things, such as smart thermostats and all types of readers.
In any event, its appearance should not differ greatly TalkBand B1 presented last year, with a screen OLED 1.4 inch, NFC and Bluetooth connections, and resistance to water and dust. It will be wait for its official launch in a few days to be able to give you all the details.