According to reports, Huawei is about to launch some new tablet devices and Android smartwatches and wearables at Mobile World Congress 2015.
However, the company would not release any smartphone at MWC, where most of the significant smartphone brands like Samsung, HTC, LG and Sony release their flagship smartphones to grab the attention throughout the world.
Discussing their brand strategy for 2015 during a media trip at Huawei head quarters in China, the company said they will be focusing more into mid-range and high-end markets. As the part of the announcement, Huawei will release the successor of their existing wearable device TalkBand B1 and another low-cost Smartband.
The report further says about a slide shown during the presentation which had an image of the upcoming Android Wear Smartwatch. The image mentions that the new device will be a round faced Smartwatch and will be competing with existing popular Smartwatches including Moto 360 and LG G Watch R.
A Huawei official revealed that the TalkBand B1 successor will inherit the talk and track functionalities. He also said about a flagship Smartband device which will be rolled out in several colour options.