Huawei Watch GT 2 coming soon with bigger battery, mic and speaker

Ruben Fields
September 4, 2019

Through official channels the Huawei Watch GT was never available here but it was given away asa "free gift" and some importers also sold it. These comparisons have come from Roland Quandt at Winfuture who obtained the images and used measurements from these to compare with the first generation Watch GT. They were announced earlier in March. In this post, we got ourselves some new look of the Watch GT 2 and here's what we know so far. It's an upgraded version of the Huawei Watch GT that was released previous year. This Watch uses the code name "Latona" and carries the model number LTN-B19. Like its predecessors, Huawei Watch GT 2 will come with in-built Global Positioning System and heartrate monitoring technology that can offer a more efficient and accurate real-time personal measurement of your heartrate by using a self-learning algorithm and innovative sensors.

It boasts a slightly larger screen and smaller bezels, and it's thinner and more compact overall.

Huawei Watch GT 2 will tackle the activity tracking market with new capabilities, such as support for a wide variety of activities, like swimming (which means better waterproofing will also be offered).

Huawei Watch GT 2 coming soon with bigger battery, mic and speaker

Quandt also cited the rumored smartwatch's microphone and speaker, two features the original Watch GT didn't include.

Finally, customers have the option to choose between the "Sport" version with a plastic strap and the "Classic" version with a leather strap. There is no info on an LTE modem, so we can't confirm the latter. The new Huawei smartwatch will probably arrive in the coming weeks together with the Huawei Mate 30 or at the IFA 2019.

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