No matter which one you go in for, you'll walk away with a dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400 and 512MB lashed to your arm. We've given the 11.3mm chassis guff in the past for looking a little thick on a slim wrist, but at least it comes with a 1.4-inch circular AMOLED screen running at 400 x 400 (and swathed in sapphire crystal, no less).
More importantly, it's still one of the classiest Android Wear watches you'll find out there -- it's light but sturdy and pulls off gold way better than the LG Watch Urbane ever did. Even as a style-first wearable, Huawei's perhaps a little too proud of the 40 pre-installed watch faces, but surely one of them should pair nicely with that iPhone you've got laying around. Throw in what the company calls the "world's most advanced" heart rate sensor and we're left with what could be a great mobile health tracker (though you probably shouldn't wear this thing to the gym). It's taken ages for Huawei to actually get here, but our early looks at the watch have been nothing but promising. Maybe 2015 is the year Huawei finally makes an impression on people's brains -- and their wallets.