Huawei’s upcoming wearables are a nice break from the norm


Google is still clinging onto WearOS but doesn’t really seem to know what’s going on. Thankfully, other manufacturers are filling the need for wearables on Android, outside of Samsung and Fitbit. Huawei is the latest to drop a new smartwatch and fitness tracker along with its other new products.

Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro

The Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro may be a mouthful if you’re showing it off, but this smartwatch is no slouch, following in the footsteps of the Watch GT 2. You’ll get two weeks of battery life, paired with wireless charging, and all of the health tracking you could want.

There are plenty of watch faces to choose from, plus, the company’s OneHop Watch Face allows you to transfer your photos right to the Watch GT 2 Pro. The best part is you can combine your own pictures with some of the other watch face elements to give you all the details you want at a glance.

As for workouts, the Watch GT 2 Pro can track more than 100 different workouts, based on whatever you are trying to do. From skiing to the driving range, and having voice reminders, this is really a great watch for all of your workout needs. In terms of health benefits, you’ll find 24-hour heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, stress monitoring, and SpO2 monitoring.

Huawei Watch Fit

Those who don’t want a smartwatch and would prefer more of a hybrid will be quite pleased with the Huawei Watch Fit. Naturally, this has more of a focus on workouts and fitness, as there’s a built-in companion to help you.

There’s an animated personal trainer to walk you through 12 different workouts, along with pesky “stand up reminders” to ensure that you aren’t sitting for too long throughout the day. While the personal trainer is limited to 12 workouts, there are more than 150 different workouts which can be quite helpful.

As for some of the health tracking features, the Watch Fit has sensors for heart rate, sleep, SpO2, and more. Sleep monitoring takes advantage of TruSleep 2.0, which tracks your heart rate in an effort to give you the most in-depth data possible. With TruSeen 4.0, this is the most advanced heart rate monitoring found on a Huawei wearable to date.

Finally, it wouldn’t be a smartwatch/fitness tracker without some customization. The Watch Fit almost 150 different watch faces to choose from and customize. There’s even an always-on display, with six options so that even when you’re just catching a glance, you have a personalized watch face.


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