The Chinese company's latest devices don't run Google's Wear OS but Huawei's own platform for wearable devices.
Those wearing the A1 will benefit from radiation level measurements around them that are delivered alongside advice on a suitable sunscreen to use.
The company's very first smart watch runs Android Wear and looks like a regular fancy watch; it rocks a sapphire crystal display with 400x400 resolution.
While HTC has scrapped its smart watch plans, Huawei is gearing towards launching its very first such device at some point next year.
The wristband has a 1.4-inch curved screen that provides users with snippets of information related to their exercise, as well as incoming call and text alerts.