Honor Watch GS Pro, Honor ViewPad 6, Honor ViewPad X6 to Launch on September 4: Report

Honor Watch GS Pro smartwatch is designed to suit outdoor activities.

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Honor Watch GS Pro, Honor ViewPad 6, Honor ViewPad X6 to Launch on September 4: Report

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Honor Watch GS Pro has been teased by the company on Weibo

Highlights
  • Honor Watch GS Pro may be released at IFA 2020 event on September 4
  • Teaser suggests that the watch will be suitable for outdoors
  • Honor Pad 6 and Honor Pad X6 could also be released with the watch

Honor Watch GS Pro is expected to launch at the IFA 2020 trade show on September 4. Honor is set to deliver a keynote address at the event in the German capital of Berlin, where it is expected to launch the new smartwatch alongside the global variants of its Honor Pad 6 and Honor Pad X6 tablets – expected to be called ViewPad 6 and ViewPad X6. Honor Pad 6 and Honor Pad X6 are already available for purchase in China. The smartwatch too is likely to be released in the Chinese market initially.

According to a report by GSMArena, Honor is expected to launch the global variants of the Honor Pad 6 and Honor Pad X6 tablets at the IFA 2020 on September 4. Honor 6 and Honor Pad X6 are already available for purchase in China. The 9.6-inch screen Honor Pad X6, also called ViewPad X6, begins at CNY 1,099 (roughly Rs. 11,600). The Honor Pad 6 (or ViewPad 6) has almost the same specifications as the Pad X6, but a bigger 10.1-inch panel, and is sold at CNY 1,299 (roughly Rs. 13,480). The tablets are expected to be priced slightly higher for other markets.

As per a teaser posted by the brand on Weibo, Honor will be releasing the Honor Watch GS Pro soon. Honor boss George Zhao commented below the post to confirm that the device is currently going through its testing processes. The text accompanying the teaser suggests that the watch will be handy for professional sports and outdoor adventures like trekking, exploring and more. The GSMArena report suggests that the smartwatch is expected to launch at the IFA 2020 event as well.

Other key participants of this year's IFA trade show are Gionee, LG, Qualcomm, Schneider Electrict and TPLink. Samsung, usually a key sponsor, will not be attending the event this year due to the pandemic.


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