Huawei have renewed their offering in the smartwatch space, announcing the new Huawei Watch GT.
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Fitbit has announced their latest fitness band, the Fitbit Charge 3.
Samsung have shown off a fresh, new, Galaxy-branded smartwatch alongside the new Galaxy Note 9.
MGM Wireless has signed a trial agreement with JB Hi-Fi to offer the company’s Spacetalk wearable through its online store.
Samsung is known to be holding an Unpacked event on 9 August to unveil its Note 9, but a second new device could headline: the Samsung Galaxy Watch.
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