Huawei Watch 2 Sport Smartwatch – Ceramic Bezel – Carbon Black Strap (US Warranty)

February 26, 2020 posted by


Huawei watch 2 sport smartwatch review Review. The Huawei Watch 2 was unveiled alongside
Huawei’s latest flagship smartphone ñ the P10 ñ and at first sight, it looked very
promising indeed. I have the Sport version on my wrist right
now, which isnít as attractive as the first Huawei Watch with its plasticky strap and
largely black plastic watch casing. In fact, since this is supposed to be the
sporty model and is IP68 dust- and water-resistant, itís probably a good thing the strap is made
of plastic. Iím just a mite disappointed that it isnít
properly swim-proof like the Apple Watch Series 2. The big sell with the Huawei watch is its
full bank of features and sensors. In addition to smartwatch staples, the accelerometer
and heart-rate monitor, thereís onboard GPS. So I can track my runs and walks without having
to take my smartphone with me. An ambient light sensor for setting screen
brightness to an appropriate level automatically; and a barometer, too. The phone and SMS features are surprisingly
fully featured and usable, too. For phone calls, you can dial contacts directly,
or tap out numbers using the onscreen number pad. During calls, you can adjust the volume, or
even put your caller on hold. Now for the exciting stuff. Yep, you heard
me. The EXCITING stuff… by which, of course,
I mean the Huawei Watch 2ís CPU, RAM, storage and battery capacity. No yawning at the back, please. Itís exciting because the Huawei Watch 2
is among the first wave of smartwatches to employ the new 1.1GHz Snapdragon Wear 2100
chipset. Previously, most smartwatches employed the
Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, but this chip was never designed with smartwatches in mind. It was a cut-down smartphone chip, repurposed
for life on your wrist, and an ageing one at that. The Huawei Watch 2 is an impressive smartwatch
in many regards. Itís packed with the full array of sensors
and features, offers fully functioning 4G connectivity. If you donít like the sporty looks, the toned-down
Classic looks a touch more attractive. With decent battery life, the only hurdle,
at least for the 4G and the Classic. I’d recommend you opt for the regular non-4G
version. That’s still quite high for an Android Wear
watch that’s been out for nearly a year, though. Aside from that, though, the Huawei Watch
2 is a more than decent smartwatch. Iíd still recommend the Samsung Gear S3 above
it for its superior exercise detection, fitness features and excellent battery life. If you like the Android Wear way of doing
things, this is the best Iíve seen so far. Kindly see the description for this Amazon
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