Over a week ago, we learned that Huawei is going to launch the Watch 2 at Mobile World Congress this year. VentureBeat today leaked some images of the device, giving us a better idea of what we'll see in a few days.
Codenamed Leo, the device is meant to have a "sportier" look than its predecessor, with leakster Evan Blass comparing it to LG's Watch Sport, which the company announced two weeks ago. The smartwatch will include a nano-SIM slot for cellular connectivity, and as you might expect, it will run Android Wear 2.0 out of the box.
As you can see from the image above, it will come in a variety of colors, such as black and orange. There's also a speckled gray model, and if it looks familiar, that's because it's extremely similar to HTC's Desire 530, 630, and 825, which were styled after "urban street wear".
Unfortunately, we still don't know the specs of the device, or how much it will cost. Huawei will be holding its event on the 26th though, so we'll find out more then.