Huawei had plenty to say today.
After announcing the Huawei FreeBuds Pro with their best-in-class ANC and the worldwide release of the FreeLace Pro, the company also introduced the Watch GT 2 Pro and the Huawei Watch Fit.
Just like the FreeLace Pro, which were introduced earlier in China, we’ve seen the Huawei Watch Fit.
It’s more fashion-oriented, combining a rectangular 1.64” AMOLED screen with rosegold, silver or black cases and silicone straps available in four colors.
It has 10 days of battery life (which goes down to 12 hours if you insist on keeping GPS on), heart rate and blood oxygen saturation levels monitors, plus 5 ATM water resistance.
Overall, it’s everything you’d expect from a regular smartwatch in terms of fitness tracking and does all this while weighing just 34 grams.
However, the real news is the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro, which promises more than 100 workout modes.
The Huawei Watch G2 Pro uses LiteOs and adds a new “route back” mode which uses GPS to retrace your steps during hiking.
It also comes with a Sp02 monitor for blood oxygen saturation levels. Also new are bad weather alerts, so it can handle any type of hike.
Don’t worry about rain, since it’s 5ATM water resistant.
Powered by the Kirin A1 chipset, it offers 2 weeks of battery life for regular use. It can go for 24 hours of music playback or 30 hours in GPS mode.
However, Huawei says charging is incredibly convenient. A simple five-minute wireless charge will give you 10 hours of use time.
The Watch GT 2 Pro is a rugged smartwatch. The face combines a titanium case with sapphire crystal, while the back uses ceramics and scratch-resistance sapphire.
The Sport version with a silicone strap will retail for €329, while the Classic one with a leather strap will go for €349. It will be available in stores this September.