Huawei’s latest wearable is a bloody strange one. The TalkBand B5 is the fourth-generation of the Chinese giant’s fitness trackers, and like its predecessors, combines a conventional-looking wrist-worn screen with a bluetooth headset. So, you could be jogging in a park and get a call, and you’d just pop out the TalkBand B5 from its strap, and shove it into your earhole. That’s a pretty massive divergence from the status quo established by more conservative devices, like the FitBit Charge 2, and the Huawei Band 2 Pro. Compared to the TalkBand B3, which was launched way back in 2016, the…

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