Huawei has wrapped the Huawei P40 series smartphone. Along with the new device, the company also announced a new smartwatch called Huawei Watch GT2e. As the name implies, this is a new variant of the Watch GT2, featuring a sportier design and more affordable than its predecessor. The appearance of the Watch GT2e is new and resembles a 46mm GT2 watch after all. The new wearable is built around a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. However, it comes with a thicker bezel than the most expensive Watch GT2. Huawei understands that it was necessary to cut some parts of the design to lower the price. The size of the watch is 53.0 x 46.8mm. The new build includes a TPU wristband. It comes with some small holes to improve the breathability of your pulse. Apart from watch bands, GT2e features stainless steel construction.
According to the company’s official spec sheet, Huawei Watch GT2e delivers 14 days of battery life thanks to the power-efficient Kirin A1 SoC. This is another one of Huawei’s in-house chips, which obviously focuses on smartwatches. The company says the watch can hold up to 30 hours when using GPS. When listening to music via Bluetooth, the battery can be used for 24 hours.GT2e can track a variety of exercises. This includes skateboarding, rock climbing, surfing and even street dancing. In addition, you can swim in the pool or open water. The watch is water-resistant to 5 bar. When you’re at home, you can use treadmills, oval and rowing machines, and GT2e monitors everything. Huawei wants to make sure this new smartwatch is well-suited to all athletic needs. More than an elegant wearable.
The Watch GT2e has a SpO2 sensor that indicates peripheral capillary oxygen saturation. An estimate of the amount of oxygen in the blood is obtained, so you can get the maximum oxygen uptake. The watch can also monitor aerobic and anaerobic exercise and measure its effect on health and wellness.