Huawei and Google have been working on a tiny IoT-based smartphone for years, but now the two companies are announcing a device with a tiny operating system, a smaller processor and a smaller footprint.
According to the company’s blog post, Huawei’s new IoT-powered phone is a 10-megapixel device with an OLED screen and a 4-inch 1080p display.
It has a 6-inch 1280×800 display, a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 820 processor, 64GB of internal storage and a 5MP rear camera.
The phone supports NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac wireless.
Huawei’s blog also says that the Huawei Watch will come with an 8MP camera.
The Huawei Watch is due to launch in 2018, but Google has been teasing the device since early 2016.
It was also announced earlier this month that Google would be launching the Google Assistant, an AI-powered assistant for Google Now, in the near future.
Huawei is also rumored to be working on its own wearable computing platform.
Huawei is rumored to have a new smartwatch in the works that will run Android Wear.
Huawei recently announced a new Huawei Watch with the Android Wear 2.0 interface, and the company recently unveiled the Huawei V10, a larger-screened version of the V10.