Huawei Watch 4 series has completed another important milestone to enter the launch lane and received China Compulsory Certification (3C) certificate with LTE connectivity.
According to the information, the certificate reveals a Huawei device with model ARC-AL00 identified as the standard version of the Huawei Watch 4 smartwatch.
The certificate also shows LTE 4G connectivity for Huawei Watch 4 series and there’s a 5W fast charging capability. The smartwatch is manufactured by Goertek (Jingwei Hi-Tech).
These are identical details to what we’ve seen in the recent WiFi certificates. However, we do also know that the Huawei Watch 4 Pro is also coming alongside the standard version.
WiFi Alliance also published certificates for new Huawei smartwatches including model ARC-AL00, MDS-Al10, and MDS-AL00. The first one belongs to the Watch 4 and the latter two are confirmed as the Huawei Watch 4 Pro.
Still, these certification authorities didn’t confirm the aesthetics of the smartwatch.
It is two complete years since the unveiling of the Huawei Watch 3 series and now, the firms is ready to introduce the next generation of smartwatches. Although, there’s not much input available about its design but there are a few highlights that we can give you right away.
It’s reported that Huawei Watch 4 series will bring satellite SMS capability, which is currently not available on any smartwatch on the planet. This feature will allow users to send and receive SMS without a native mobile network.
Another report suggests that the company will use super premium Zircon material to make this smartwatch and it may be expensive. However, this might be a special edition, and we can expect Huawei to unveil some more usual smartwatch variants similar to the Huawei Watch 3 lineup.
For now, the Chinese tech maker has not confirmed the launch event date but past inputs say that the Huawei Watch 3 series will unveil on March 23.