Despite the challenges Huawei is facing due to US sanctions, it continues to grow its ecosystem with affordable means. Not so long ago, network sources said that the Chinese manufacturer was preparing to expand the Mate family of devices by adding a smart watch and a docking station, and now it became known that wireless headphones could become another novelty. This is confirmed by the registration of the respective trademark.
Recently, the wireless headphone market has shown steady growth, which is likely to continue in the coming years. This means that it is beneficial for manufacturers to regularly release new headphones as they are in good demand. Apple has AirPods, Samsung has Galaxy Buds, and Huawei has FreeBuds and Freelace, which are much less recognizable. The appearance of wireless headphones in the Mate family should correct this situation.
This is likely to happen soon, since Huawei has filed applications for registration of the MateBuds trademark in several countries around the world. In China, the trade mark was registered on April 7, and on May 26, registration applications were filed in South Korea and Canada. Later, the MateBuds trademark was registered in Spain, and on July 4, it was added to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). MateBuds are in Grade 9, which includes headphones, in-ear headphones, VR headsets, and ear pads.
The new Mate 40 smartphones are expected to be unveiled in October this year. It is possible that at the same time Huawei will present other new products, such as the Mate Watch smartwatch based on HarmonyOS and MateBuds wireless headphones.
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