From smartphones to smartwatches, audio and eyewear, Huawei introduces a collection of its upcoming devices on a fashion runway
[Singapore, 14 November 2019] Huawei today held its APAC lifestyle event, “The Showroom” at Gallery Maison Miaja that presents an interplay of technology and fashion. The event introduced a range of wearables and accessories that will soon be released for sale in Singapore, including a line-up of new designs for HUAWEI Watch GT 2, HUAWEI FreeBuds 3, and an exclusive preview of the Gentle Monster – Huawei Eyewear collection.
The range of Huawei wearables and accessories was brought to life through a fashion show and dance performance, showcasing a fusion of technology and design. Each device is designed to integrate functionality with style for the everyday go-getters.
HUAWEI Watch GT 2: New designs to be released in Singapore
The HUAWEI Watch GT 2 comes in two size options; 46mm and 42mm, powered by the firm’s proprietary Kirin A1 chip that enables an extended battery performance of up to two weeks. Currently, the 46mm series is available in both Sport Edition and Classic Edition at S$298 and S$328 respectively.
The new additions to the current HUAWEI Watch GT 2 collection includes the Sport Edition (42mm) in the colour design of Lake Cyan; Elegant Edition (42mm) in Refined Gold and Elite Edition (46mm) in Titanium Grey. Each offers a unique design to suit different lifestyles, from the fitness enthusiast to the working professional while offering a host of smart features.
HUAWEI Watch GT 2 (46mm) Sport Edition in Matte Black now available at S$298 here
?HUAWEI Watch GT 2 (46mm) Classic Edition in Pebble Brown now available at S$328 here
HUAWEI Watch GT 2 (42mm) Sport Edition in Lake Cyan available on 28 November, pricing to be released on a closer date.
HUAWEI Watch GT 2 (42mm) Elegant Edition in Refined Gold available in December, further details to come.
HUAWEI Watch GT 2 (46mm) Elite Edition in Titanium Grey available in December, further details to come.
Unveiled to the world earlier in September this year at IFA 2019, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 is the world’s first open-fit earphones with active noise cancellation (ANC), allowing users to enjoy a clear audio experience while optimising sound quality in real-time. Powered by the Kirin A1 wearable chip designed by Huawei, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 delivers a stable, fast Bluetooth connection and better power efficiency.
Inspired by the natural curvature of a dolphin’s vocal cavity, the HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 is ergonomically engineered to offer in-ear comfort and stability. The all-new HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 comes with a round charging case that is compact to hold and keep.
Availability: The HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 will be available on 28 November, in the classic colours of Carbon Black and Ceramic White.
An elegant and minimalist intelligent assistant for daily wear, the Gentle Monster – Huawei Eyewear fuses technology and fashion in a stylish and high-tech smart wearing device. It delivers performance and clear sound via its dual semi-open speakers to give excellent stereo sound while reducing noise leak. Dustproof and waterproof, the lightweight eyewear also comes with an extended battery life, with the accompanying portable leather case incorporating the world’s first NFC wireless charging technology – perfect for users on the go.
Availability: The Gentle Monster – Huawei Eyewear will be available on 28 November in two design options: Smart Eastmoon and Smart Jackbye.
Growing an experience-centric device ecosystem in Singapore
As part of implementing its multi-scenario product strategy, Huawei is focusing its efforts on creating a connected device ecosystem to improve user experience beyond the smartphone by broadening its selection of wearables and accessories to consumers in Singapore.
Phil Xu, Managing Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group Singapore said: “At Huawei, everything we do revolves around our consumers to meet their needs. In the past year, we’ve seen a growing number of Huawei users in Singapore which encourages us to construct our ecosystem locally with a wider range of wearables for our consumers to enjoy the true benefits of an intelligent device-to-device experience. In the near future, we are also planning to introduce other notable products such PCs and Tablets to diversify our ecosystem and offerings.”
With the introduction of the Huawei wearables and accessories to complement the smartphone, users in Singapore can look forward to greater convenience and personalised device interaction. Huawei’s range of devices are seamlessly interconnected through its own mobile Health app and AI Life app that are available on the AppGallery, Google Play Store and App Store.