Huawei Watch 2 Review: A Sporty Successor With A Lot Of New Features

Huawei has unveiled the new flagship of Huawei Watch recently. This is good for athletes and its equipped with Android 2.0 which makes it superior.

The Huawei Watch 2 doesn’t have the same elegance that its predecessor had, but we mustn’t forget that it’s also aimed at a different target audience: athletes. Equipped with Android Wear 2.0, numerous sensors and an optional SIM card slot, the Huawei Watch 2 is well set up in theory. But, in practice, does it live up to everything it’s set out to be? We reveal all you need to know about this smartwatch in our review

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Huawei Watch 2 release date and price

It’s taken a little over two years for Huawei to present a new version of the Huawei Watch. This time, however, the company has opted to move away from luxury to focus instead on sport and fitness. This shouldn’t come as a big surprise as Huawei is moving with the global market trend, which is taking smartwatches in this direction. The Huawei Watch 2 is expected to be released some time in April and will cost around $350. Color-wise, it will be available in Carbon Black, Dynamic Orange, Titanium Grey and Concrete Grey. The Huawei Watch 2 Classic will be available from May for $420 in Titanium Grey with a black leather armband.

Huawei Watch 2 design and build quality

Depending on whether you opt for the classic variant or not, you’ll get two completely differently built watches that both share the name of Huawei Watch 2. The classic model, which is made of metal and has a leather bracelet, wasn’t ready for the first hands-on we did of the device at the MWC 2017, nor is it ready now at the time of our full review, never mind the Porsche version. Thus, we turn our attention to the normal, sporty Huawei Watch 2.

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