Honor wants you to name the company's new wearable (previously known as the HonorBandZero), and as a reward you'll receive five year's worth of Honor gear. That's right, for supplying a name for the wearable, you could be in line to receive all future Honor products until 2020.
The smartwatch, previously teased in renders, sports a 1.06-inch circular screen, G-sensor, IP68 certification for both water and dust resistance, and a battery that will last up to 3 days. You'll be able to make submissions on the Honor Facebook or Twitter accounts.
The soon-to-be-named wearable will be available in black, white and khaki colors from Q4 of this year for €79 (£59), initiially stocked by Honor's vMall.
London, September 01, 2015 – Honor surprised the crowd at last Thursday's launch of the European version of the honor 7 smartphone, with a new honor wearable device for the wrist.
Complete with a 1.06-inch circular full-screen display and an industry-leading G-sensor powered by advanced algorithms, the wearable device is the ultimate fashion gadget. It will provide users with the ability to easily and accurately monitor their performance when engaged in exercise or sporting activities. The wearable also offers sleep quality monitoring and calling reminding. It is 10 meter water resistant and dust proof with IP68 certification. It has a long lasting battery for 3 days.
Honor announced a competition to name the product, where the person who submits the winning name will receive all Honor products for the next five years on sale in his/her country, until 2020. The yet-to-be-named wearable will be compatible with Android devices. Entries of the campaign should be made via the Honor page on Facebook or via @HonorEU on Twitter.
The wearable band will be available initially in black, white and khaki colours from Q4, 2015 via vMall (see separate announcement) and later via the other usual online sales channels, at a recommended price of €79 / £59.
'This new product demonstrates our commitment to customers and capability to bring innovative and smart technology to the market. Our mission is to enable superior mobile Internet experiences for the Internet generation and era. The wearable band will allow just that,' commented George Zhao, President of Honor.