A few weeks ago, the company unveiled the Huawei Liteo internet-connected smartphone, a smartphone that would be able to access the internet and connect to other devices.
But it is now also announcing a second smartphone which it says would allow people to connect their Huawei LiteOS IoT devices to their smartphones, tablets and smart TVs, or to any other device with an internet connection.
According to a post on the Huawei blog, Huawei has launched a new IoT smartphone called the Huawei-liteOS-internet of items (IoT) smartphone.
The smartphone will allow users to connect to their Huawei device through its own internet connection, allowing them to connect with other devices that have an internet-enabled device (e.g. smart TVs) and devices that don’t have an Internet connection (e: smart home appliances).
The Huawei-lighto-internet device can connect to Huawei devices via their own internet connections, but it can also be connected to other IoT devices like Nest thermostats or Amazon Alexa, among others.
The Huawei Lite phones also have a built-in WiFi connection, so you can connect it to any Wi-Fi-enabled connected device like your home or office network or the Internet of things.
The Huawei-li-lightos IoT device also has an optional 3G and 4G internet connection as well as Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-FI, and USB connectivity.
It is priced at Rs 6,999 ($849) for the 8GB model, Rs 7,999 for the 16GB model and Rs 9,999 (Rs 1,299) for a 32GB model.
The devices also come with two different color schemes, white and blue, and a different battery life.
According the Huawei post, the Huawei IoT smartphone has a 1.5GHz quad-core processor, an Adreno 530 GPU and a Mali-G71 GPU, with an 8GB of RAM.
It also has a 3000mAh battery, along with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and Huawei’s own Huawei Cloud.
The company claims that the Huawei smartphones are 100% waterproof.
The company also has three other smartphones with a similar hardware as the Huawei smartphone that are expected to be released in the second half of the year.
The three new smartphones are the Huawei Mate 9 smartphone (which is powered by the Huawei Kirin 950 chip, which is a 14nm version of the company’s Kirin 10nm processor), the Huawei Maximus X Apex smartphone and the Huawei Honor 7 smartphone.