Huawei presented its new generation smartwatch, the Watch GT2, powered by the new chip of the Chinese giant Kirin A1. The device offers an updated user experience, guarantees many hours of autonomy (up to two weeks of daily use) and offers different sports modes, with much richer programs. The Bluetooth call feature up to 150 meters, the music reproduction has been introduced and the health and fitness monitoring system has been improved.
The Huawei Watch GT2 features a 1.39-inch HD AMOLED display with 454 × 454 pixel resolution. The smartwatch also supports the Phonebook function, to store on the device all the information relating to a contact, and offers a storage space that allows you to store up to a maximum of five hundred MP3 songs.
Huawei Watch GT2: 15 sports modes and health monitoring in real time
Huawei Watch GT2 supports 15 sports modes, including eight outdoor sports (running, walking, hiking, trail running, cycling, outdoor swimming, triathlon) and seven indoor sports (walking, running, cycling, swimming, training, elliptical machine, rowing machine). For each of these modes, the smartwatch can provide approximately 190 data types.
All health-related information can be viewed on the Huawei Sport app or the Health app. For real-time monitoring. Watch GT2 also provides information on heart rate. And will notify you if it above 100 bpm or less than 50 bpm for more than ten minutes. Sleep monitoring is not lacking. Furthermore, the device is water-resistant up to 50 meters.
The smartwatch also implements the TruRelax. Which is a technology developed by the company to help users relieve stress. By providing feedback on the stress index. In addition, Huawei Watch GT2 will warn the user if he is spending too much time sitting, reminding him, in fact, to move.
Huawei Watch GT 2 will be available in starting October 7th. The Matte Black coloring will be available at the recommended price of €229 (about $253). While the Titanium Gray variant will be available at the recommended price of €199 (about $220).