MWC 2014: Huawei Unveils Fitness Wearable TalkBand B1 Compatible With Android Devices

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Samsung has just revealed its new range of Tizen OS Gear 2 smartwatches earlier this weekend, but who says that it is the only company that has prepared a wearable device for Mobile World Congress? The Chinese mobile and tablet manufacturer Huawei has also unveiled its Fitness Wearable TalkBand B1 as being perfectly compatible with devices running at least Android 2.3 version, as well as Apple devices running iOS 5.0 version and above. So, are you taking in consideration of parrying your device to Huawei’s TalkBand B1? Before taking any decision, don hesitate to find out more about its capabilities:

Both Fitness and Smartwatch functions

Huawei TalkBand B1 sports a 1.4-inch flexible OLED display which has the usual fitness functions that you’d be expecting at such the many calories you’ve burned or the number of steps you’ve taken, but there is something more than you should know about it: Huawei TalkBand B1 includes some smartwatch functions too, showing you the current time and even incoming calls. As for its wireless calling feature, is one of its most important advantages, as long as it also comes with a Bluetooth 4.1 earpiece embedded, so you can even use it for making calls.

Fitness Wearable TalkBand B1

Fitness Wearable TalkBand B1

The power of this TalkBand B1 is provided by a 90mAh battery which is supposed to resist up to six days on a single charge, but we’ll be sure of this information that the company has offered only after testing this fitness wearable. And when it comes to recharging the device, it should take no more than two hours via USB.

Price and Availability

Has Huawei convinced you that its TalkBand B1 is worthy of your investment? Then, we can announce you that TalkBand B1 will be released in China nest month and in Western Europe, Japan, Middle East and Russia only from second quarter of this year for a price of 99 EUR.

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