Huawei becoming the third force
With every launch comes a new challenge to the establishment
It’s not arrogance, it’s intimidation. On spec Huawei’s got a rather nice watch, it’s in the same class as the best Samsung and Apple have to offer. The latter pair, the traditional giants, are selling their watches because they have rather good attributes and can carve out their own markets. They can generate revenue directly. There’s a decent chance, if the specs are anything to go by along with a cursory examination by this corner last week, that the Huawei Watch GT could well do the same. Huawei might sell a few watches on their own but they’ve got a different plan.
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