Watch Buds Watch Buds could be a unique feature of Huawei’s ever-growing smartwatch collection.

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Huawei Watch Buds A futuristic smartwatch made by Huawei may include earbuds integrated into it.
The Watch Buds would be an unusual entry in Huawei's burgeoning smartwatch portfolio. (Image source: Huawei)

A brand-new trademark application gives insight into the future of Huawei Wearables. The application was submitted to the EU trademark office. It has been speculated that Watch Buds could be the first Huawei smartwatch to feature built-in earbuds. Although the concept is not new, no other manufacturer of smartwatches has attempted to bring together both categories until the present.

A trademarked application indicates that Huawei may be working on updating its wearables offering with a smartwatch that includes earbuds. It was discovered through LetsGoDigital. The application identifies an item referred to as the Huawei Watchbuds and also the clue of its name.

 

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The patent was filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) on the 28th of March, 2022. the patent conforms to the European Union’s Nice classifications of nine and fourteen. As the picture below illustrates, class 9 is the smartwatch that includes earphones, and classification 14 consists of all wristwatches. For example, Huawei will not be the first to offer smartwatches equipped with headphones. However, it may be one of the first major brands to provide such a feature.

It’s not clear why Huawei wants to release the first smartwatch with a touchscreen, but it is a good thing. Most smartwatches and earbud combos are bulky and sacrifice many smartwatch functions to accommodate an earbud setup. In addition, Huawei already sells earbuds in different packages, including FreeBuds 4 and FreeBuds 4. It’s possible that Huawei isn’t equipped to fit the earbuds as big in dimensions as FreeBuds 4 in the smartwatch itself.

Huawei hasn’t begun to announce its Watch Buds yet, either. We believe that the device won’t be on the market for quite some time. Its approval by the EUIPO indicates that Huawei intends to market the Watch Buds outside China.