Huawei’s Upcoming Smartwatches Will Have UWB No-Touch Car Control

No-touch car control is a new function for forthcoming Huawei smartwatches, according to a recent Weibo leak. The automobile opens automatically and the headlights display an animation of Kunpeng swimming as the user approaches.

Your Smartwatch Is Your Ticket for a Smooth Driving Experience

ICCE UWB (Ultra Wide Band) no-touch automobile control is a product of the partnership between the Wenjie M9 and Huawei’s wristwatch. The “Kunpeng” projection appears after the welcome lights, which turn on in sequence when the user is within eight metres of the vehicle. As the user approaches, the automobile opens simultaneously.

This month, the smartwatch—which is anticipated to debut alongside the Huawei P70—will be the first in the world to feature UWB technology. The Huawei Watch 4 Pro Space Exploration Edition, which was previously leaked, or a whole new wristwatch series are the two possible models, while conjecture about the specifics surrounds the device. Earlier this week, the Space Exploration Edition’s dark colour scheme, red-textured bezel, and dark titanium case were unveiled.

At its HarmonyOS Spring Communication Conference on April 11, which is purportedly planned, Huawei is likely to introduce new automobile and computer goods. The relaunch of Huawei’s first vehicle co-developed with Chery, the Luxeed S7, may be the main attraction of the event. Two new electric vehicle models with weight and dimension changes are hinted at in regulatory filings; the original price can be retained. The MateBook X Pro series is also expected to be refreshed; the 2024 model was just certified.

The Huawei P70 flagship phone’s release date is still unknown, though. Pre-order activities for offline retailers have stopped, which could indicate that the launch event has been cancelled and that it will go straight on sale.

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