Smartwatches are very much alive in the Mobile World Congress 2017 as Huawei unveiled two new wearables: The Watch 2 and the Watch 2 Classic.
Both devices feature GPS, heart rate sensors, and NFC for making Android Pay services. The Watches have a small circular display measuring at 1.2-inch and 12.6mm thick.
Battery life comes at 420mAh, which Huawei said will last up to two days and both are water resistant with IP68 certification, meaning you can take it with you for a quick dive in the pool.
To complement the heart rate sensor, the Huawei has installed their own Fit software that helps personalize training programs for the user.
LTE functionality is the only that separates the Watch 2 and the Watch 2 Classic, being available to the former, making it independent from smartphone pairing.
And just like Huawei’s big phone, the Mate 9, the Watch 2 will be having a Porsche design that will become available soon.
The Huawei Watch 2 and the Watch 2 Classic will become available in the West and some parts of Asia in the second quarter this year.