Earlier this year, both Samsung and Apple announced their respective Bluetooth trackers Galaxy SmartTag and AirTag. Users can fix this compact device to items such as bags or key rings. The tracker can be associated with a smartphone, so that you can easily find related items at any time. It is understood that Oppo is also developing similar smart tags.
At the same time, according to the company’s new trademark application filed in Europe, the Chinese company Huawei appears to be developing its own tracker. On October 28, 2021, Huawei Technologies applied to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) for the “Huawei S-Tag” trademark. Presumably, the “S” stands for “smart” – or in other words, its full name is “Huawei Smart Label”. The application is classified as 9/10/14.
Huawei S-Tag trademark description: smart watch; smart glasses; smart ring; computer program, downloadable computer software program; wearable activity tracker; data processing device; pedometer; smartcell phone; Measuring instruments; instruments used for medical analysis.
The description still leaves some ambiguities, which is often the case in Huawei’s trademark applications. If you look at it from the description alone, you would almost think that this must be a new smart watch. Nevertheless, “S-Tag” seems quite unlikely to become the new name of Huawei smart watches.
Last month, Huawei applied to the European Union Intellectual Property Office for the trademark of Huawei Watch D smart watch with blood pressure monitor. It is not difficult to imagine that the Huawei Watch D under development will be announced at the same time as S-Tag. Huawei is also expected to announce its new smart watches before the end of 2021-these will include Watch D and Watch GT 3.
Of course, S-Tag is not necessarily Galaxy SmartTag andAppleFor the copy of AirTag, we can only guess the difference for the time being. But it is clear that Huawei is preparing for new things.