Huawei has announced the Matebook X notebook and MediaPad tablets at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018. Some rumors had claimed that it would be unveiling Huawei Watch 3 smartwatch at MWC 2018 tech expo. However, Huawei CEO Richard Yu has confirmed to Tech Radar that the company is working on Watch 3, but it won’t be launching soon.
When the publication asked about the possibility of third-generation smartwatch to Yu, he replied by saying that since Huawei Watch 2 is selling well, the company is not hurrying at launching its successor edition soon. He added that the Watch 3 will be announced later without revealing a proper timeframe for its unveil. Hence, it is evident that the Huawei Watch 3 won’t be announced on March 27, the day when the company will be announcing the P20 family.
Huawei had unveiled the Huawei Watch 2 in February last year through MWC 2017. There is a possibility that the company may use the IFA 2018 tech trade show event in September to unveil its third-generation smartwatch. If the Watch 2 continues to sell well, Huawei may launch its successor in the next year.