After being hinted at by the leaks that we got in the last few years, Huawei finally today officially unveiled its latest flagship smart watch under the name Huawei Watch GT2 Pro, as part of the activities of its annual Huawei Developer Conference 2020 currently held in China.
As you can see, the new Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro has a smaller frame compared to the regular Huawei Watch GT2, and has a 1.39-inch circular OLED screen with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels protected by a sapphire glass layer that is very resistant to scratches and cracks. Moreover, this new smart watch also comes with a titanium case, and a ceramic back face with the knowledge that it also comes with built-in GPS, and song controls.
This smartwatch is equipped with the HiSilicon Kirin A1 processor, and includes 32MB of RAM, and up to 4GB of internal memory. In addition, it supports the traceability of more than 100 exercises from swimming, skiing and snowboarding to golf. Hikers will also enjoy a return feature which can track the starting point of your path. There’s also TruSeen 4.0 + for tracking your heart rate plus sleep and stress and tracking blood oxygen.
Huawei says that the smart watch Huawei Watch GT2 Pro works with its LiteOS system, and includes a battery that provides up to 14 days of use under normal use or 30 hours with GPS activation and 24 hours of music playing. But this time, Huawei Watch GT2 Pro also got support for wireless charging technology.
The price of Huawei Watch GT2 Pro starts at 329 euros for the sports version, and goes up to 349 euros for the classic version. Both versions will be available for purchase later this month.