Aside from unveiling the Mate 30 series, Huawei announced an update to their smartwatch with the Watch GT 2. Available in 42mm and 46mm sizes, the Watch GT 2 comes with a 1.39-inch Always-On OLED display.
Powering it is a new Kirin A1 processor–the same chip used in the FreeBuds 3–that gives the Watch GT 2 a more stable Bluetooth connection–Huawei claims that it has a 150-meter range. The new chip is also instrumental in giving the Watch GT 2 a claimed 14-day battery life.
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— Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) September 19, 2019
The Watch GT 2 has a heart rate sensor, gyroscope, and GPS, with the 46mm version having a microphone and speaker. The 42mm comes with 16MB RAM and a 215mAh battery, while the 46mm has 32MB RAM and a 455mAh battery. Other features include storage for up to 500 songs,
The Watch GT 2 is priced at 229 Euros (~Php 13.3k) for the 42mm and 249 Euros(~Php 14.4k) for the 46mm version. In addition, Huawei announced that the FreeBuds 3 is priced at 179 Euros (~Php 10.4k).