The Huawei Watch GT 4 could be launching soon as the company has announced that it will host a launch event on September 14 in Barcelona. The company is expected to unveil a new device at the event, dubbed Wearble Strategy and New Product Launch. The announcement hinted at a watch face on the poster, suggesting that the new product could be a smartwatch. Now, a tipster has suggested that the company could unveil the Huawei Watch GT 4 series at the upcoming event, said to run on HarmonyOS 4.0.
Two days after Apple’s “Wonderlust” event, Huawei has announced that it will host a “Wearable Strategy and New Product Launch” event on September 14 in Barcelona. While the company hasn’t announced the product or products it will be showcasing at the event, it did share an image of a watch face on the official poster, hinting at a smartwatch announcement.
Now, tipster Ark on Chinese microblogging site Weibo has suggested that the upcoming product could be the Huawei Watch GT 4 series. Although the company hasn’t revealed any details about the product line-up, the upcoming series devices have reportedly been spotted on various certification sites.
A previous report by Huawei Central from August 2023 mentioned that the Huawei Watch GT 4 series was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification page with four model numbers – including Huawei Watch GT 4 (PNX-B19), Huawei Watch H5546 (PNX- B19B), Huawei Qingyun H5546 (PNX-B19B) and Huawei Watch GT 4 (AR-B19). According to the report, the smartwatches could run HarmonyOS 4 out-of-the-box. As mentioned, the smartwatches are expected to have Bluetooth version 5.2 connectivity support.
The purported base variant of the series will succeed the Huawei Watch GT 3, which was launched in October 2021, while the Pro variant was released in April 2022. The Watch GT 3 offers 32MB of RAM and 4GB of onboard storage.
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