Wed. Oct 28th, 2020
Watch GS Pro, Honor ViewPad 6, Honor ViewPad X6 to Launch on September 4: Report

Honor Observe GS Professional is anticipated to launch at the IFA 2020 trade demonstrate on September four. Honor is set to provide a keynote deal with at the occasion in the German capital of Berlin, exactly where it is anticipated to launch the new smartwatch alongside the worldwide variants of its Honor Pad six and Honor Pad X6 tablets – anticipated to be named ViewPad six and ViewPad X6. Honor Pad six and Honor Pad X6 are previously obtainable for buy in China. The smartwatch also is probably to be launched in the Chinese market place at first.

In accordance to a report by GSMArena, Honor is anticipated to launch the worldwide variants of the Honor Pad six and Honor Pad X6 tablets at the IFA 2020 on September four. Honor six and Honor Pad X6 are previously obtainable for buy in China. The 9.six-inch display Honor Pad X6, also named ViewPad X6, starts at CNY one,099 (approximately Rs. eleven,600). The Honor Pad six (or ViewPad six) has practically the similar specs as the Pad X6, but a larger ten.one-inch panel, and is offered at CNY one,299 (approximately Rs. 13,480). The tablets are anticipated to be priced somewhat increased for other markets.

As per a teaser posted by the brand on Weibo, Honor will be releasing the Honor Observe GS Professional quickly. Honor boss George Zhao commented beneath the publish to verify that the gadget is presently going by way of its testing processes. The text accompanying the teaser suggests that the observe will be useful for experienced sports activities and outside adventures like trekking, exploring and far more. The GSMArena report suggests that the smartwatch is anticipated to launch at the IFA 2020 occasion as nicely.

Other critical participants of this year’s IFA trade demonstrate are Gionee, LG, Qualcomm, Schneider Electrict and TPLink. Samsung, generally a critical sponsor, will not be attending the occasion this yr due to the pandemic.


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