The Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro is the company’s latest smartwatch, and it aims to bring many of its other accessories-enhancing features into a body designed to look premium on the wrist.
Designed to give a high-end look with a titanium body and sleek design, this watch is also equipped with new sports modes for outdoor activities, built-in GPS and various other enhancements.
One new feature has been created to ensure that you do not get lost in the jungle even when you lose your mobile connection. The clock will monitor how you have used the GPS features, which will help you find your way back.
The Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro comes with over 100 workouts, including standard activities such as walking, yoga cycling and walking.
Slightly newer models include a skiing track as well as a way to monitor your golf course under a mode called driving range. Using this feature of the watch you can monitor your swing speed and speed.
The body of the watch is made of titanium and the back that touches your wrist is made of ceramic.
You can choose a sporty or classic style, which dictates the band you have in the box. If you opt for sport you only get one silicone band and the classic watch comes with a leather option.
Huawei estimates that the watch will last about two weeks at a single charge, but if you use a lot of fitness features you can expect it to be short-lived.
It is equipped with wireless charging capabilities that allow you to recharge the device by placing it on a Qi wireless charger or a phone with an inverse wireless charger.
Huawei has not yet announced the price or release date of the Watch GT2 Pro, but we look forward to hearing more about it at the company’s press conference, which is currently underway.
Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro
Design and construction
If I were to describe a titanium body smartwatch that includes sapphire glass and porcelain for its construction, you would have every chance to think about the Apple Watch version – the Apple Watch version, the most unique variant of the Apple Watch, relies on the more luxurious material. The company’s flagship wearables are other SKUs as well as other smart watches in general.
Huawei clearly felt that this approach would work for its own GT2 smartwatch line, bringing it precisely and primarily to the GT2 Pro table.
One aspect of the GT 2 line’s design, which has always been intriguing, is Huawei’s decision to remove their display beard, rather than reducing their display for better protection – as in the recently unveiled Honor Watch GS Pro.
As for the GT2 Pro, I have no doubt that Huawei will cite the use of extra hard sapphire glass to justify this design choice, but I can not shake the idea that the edges of the cover glass are more vulnerable. More nicks, bumps and scratches than needed.
Performance and battery life
Beyond the design, the inside of this watch has changed a bit compared to the original GT 2.
The GT2 Pro still has the same Kirin A1 chip, 32GB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage (about 2GB is accessible to users; up to 500 songs can be retrieved locally in MP3 quality).
In the meantime, be sure to read our hand-held Huawei Watch GT2 Pro review which you can find below.