Smartwatches are cool if rather geeky gadgets, and they ve yet to really capture the hearts of the general public.
But perhaps that s about to change, as Huawei reckons it knows how to make the public full in love with the wrist-worn wearable.
TechRadar sat down with Huawei s President of Consumer Strategy, Shao Yang at CES 2017 to find out what the Chinese firm believes will see smartwatches adorn wrists around the world.
People usually use them for a few weeks or months and then stop using them altogether.
Yang went on to say that the lack of regularly used features and short battery life were hampering the smartwatch s ability to be truly accepted by users.
More features, more likely to buy