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Porsche Design enlists the help of Huawei for its first smartwatch

The company's newest chronograph gets powered by Android.
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Porsche Design Huawei Smartwatch

Porsche Design is releasing its first smartwatch and they've teamed up with Huawei to help execute the design. The watch marries the company's signature aesthetic with an Android-powered watch face that touts a one-touch chronograph function that's inspired by a Porsche's dashboard. The case is finished in a black PVD with a black ceramic bezel and is equipped with a black leather/rubber band hybrid with red contrast stitching. On the technology side, the watch has a 1.2" 390x390 display, GPS, NFC, a heart-rate sensor, 4GB of storage, 512MB of RAM, and battery life is rated at 2 days.

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