Huawei Teases the Wearable Device Market with TalkBand B2June 6, 2015
BANGKOK, Thailand, June 5 / InfoQuest-AsiaNet — Huawei Consumer Business Group embarks on its path to become the market leader in providing innovative wearable devices by releasing TalkBand B2 in Mobile World Congress 2015, held in Spain earlier in March and launched in the Southeast Asian market on May 28 at Huawei P8 & Wearable Launch in Bangkok, Thailand, along with Huawei’s MediaPad X2 and smart powerbank AP007.
TalkBand B2 is Bluetooth headset and sports bracelet, with a sleek look to compliment smart business executives who are athletically active.
TalkBand B2 as Huawei’s second-generation fitness band, designed by Huawei’s Paris Aesthetics Research Center, which is staffed by 10 designers specializing in luxury design, fashion, automotive, 3D, digital, and brand strategy. TalkBand B2 is made of high-intensive aviation aluminum material, providing a fashionable yet solid look.
“No doubt, wearable devices will remain one of the most significant trends in the device industry, and by leveraging Huawei’s technology and innovation, Huawei Consumer BG aims to be a leader in the wearable space.” said Mr Thomas Liu, President of Huawei Consumer BG Southeast Asia.
Mr Liu said wearable devices will be developed alongside sophisticated smartphones like P8 to satisfy consumers’ daily work and life. The ease of use functions like unlock the phone without entering a password but B2 nearby, with simple click on B2, the phone can be found easily so on and on. To keep B2 stay in touch all the time, it is capable of long-lasting battery life: 5 days of continuous usage, 6 hours call and 12 days standby.
Available in 3 colors, black, silver and gold, consumers can personalize the device with customizable strap options including a TPU soft rubber strap which is skin-friendly and allergy free or a luxurious leather strap.
TalkBand B2 can automatically identify and record steps while the user is walking, running, cycling, climbing and various motion states. It can collect nearly thousands of data in different motion states through a smart human daily physical activity recognition system to have a more scientific and accurate judge of motion states.
Source: Huawei Consumer Business Group