A wearable for every budget
Huawei officially launched its new line of wearables—Watch GT 2, Band 4, and Band 4e—by holding a fitness camp at SM MOA by the bay to showcase their features. The fitness camp included a basketball station to test out the Band 4e’s ability to measure vertical jumps and a treadmill and stationary bike station to demonstrate the wearables’ fitness tracking capabilities.
The Watch GT 2 gets an all-new Kirin A1 processor and can track your stress levels, while the Band 4e comes with a 6-axis motion sensor that can track metrics such as vertical jumps, air time, height and hang time. Lastly, the Band 4 has a colored TFT display with interchangeable watch faces and a built-in USB port, saving you the need for a separate charging cradle.
All three wearables sync through Huawei’s Health App, where you get more details about your fitness data.
Pricing for Huawei’s latest wearables are as follows:
Band 4e – Php 1,390
Band 4 – Php 1,890
Watch GT 2 (42mm) Night Black – Php 9,990
Watch GT 2 (42mm) Refined Gold – Php 13,990
Watch GT 2 (46mm) Matte Black – Php 10,990
Watch GT 2 (46mm) Pebble Brown – Php 13,990