Huawei Watch 2 Sport Bluetooth + 4G/LTE Factory Unlocked IP68 4GB Smartwatch (Carbon Black) - International Version
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- Network Compatibility : 2G GSM 900 / 1800 and/or 3G HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100 and/or 4G/LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 7(2600), 8(900), 39(1900), 41(2500)
- AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 1.2 inches, 90 x 390 pixels, Corning Gorilla Glass
- Android Wear OS 2.0, Qualcomm MSM8909W Snapdragon Wear 2100, Quad-core 1.1 GHz, 4GB Storage, 768MB RAM
- Up to Talk time 48h (mixed usage), Non-removable Li-Ion 420 mAh battery
- Box Contains : Huawei Watch 2 Sport 4G, Charging Cradle, USB Cable, Power Adaptor, Quick Start Guide, Safety Information, Warranty Card
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The HUAWEI WATCH 2 4G sport smartwatch integrates health and fitness, message notifications, voice calls/voice services and mobile payments into one smart watch. Allowing 4G connectivity even without your phone, allowing you to make and receive calls and messages on the go. Go running or cycling with your favourite workout beats, while guided by real-time coaching and having your trail mapped via GPS, all without the burden of a phone. Associate the watch with your bank card using the Android Pay App, and you can make quick payments by attaching the watch to the payment terminal.. Work hard, play smart, with the data to make you work out smarter. The watch features a dual-watch crown accompanied by an HD retina display and a ceramic bezel. With straps that have passed strict dermatological tests, the watch is safe and comfortable to wear. You can choose from a selection of exquisite straps and watch faces for different occasions. Thorough and professional information helps you build a great workout. Along with continuous heart rate monitoring, the Huawei Watch 2 also features VO2max, recovery time advice and much more. Brings you important notifications, lets you pay by simply flicking your wrist, and helps you when you need it most with Google Assistant.
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This watch Has many faces, some simple, some giving plenty of information, like the mariner commander. A little bit thick but OK. You can also buy different straps. A little bit confusing regarding water: doc says not good for swimming but it also says it's IP68 so get immerse up tp 1.5m. Swimming is not scuba diving as far as I know. Use the Huawei app, instead of the Google Wear, plus the Huawei Health app.
So here are the reason i purchased this watch and how is has performed.
I purchased this watch for tracking my fitness as I have been in the gym and wanted to be able to track my steps for running.
In this respect the watch is terrible. I have been on a 30-minute run and it did not track any of my steps which is kind of the whole pint of a fitness tracking sports watch. I must say the watch is not great at picking up your movements. Even a cheaper fitness tracker is great at this so I am very disappointed in this feature.
The software crashes often and requires me to restart the watch at least twice a week. I know this sounds like a joke, but your watch shouldn't be crashing.
Smart watch capabilities. I wanted the watch to be able to get notifications on my watch.
In this aspect the watch is okay. However, he screen is not as good as I was expecting, and you just don’t see enough on the screen. Compared to an Apple watch this watch lacks in this department.
Usability of the watch is good however it just feels too slow, as i have the 4G version and have set up google pay i needed to have a pin or pattern lock, I went with pattern lock and as the screen is so small when i need to enter it and make a mistake it can take up to 4 seconds to register an incorrect entry before it lets me try again. This can be very annoying when waiting in line at a store. I would have thought this would be much better for a high-end watch.
Battery life is about 1 day which seems to be normal, but for such a big watch i was expecting so much more. I am by no means a heavy user but i don't even get a day and a half.
So, my conclusion is this.
If you want just a sports tracker then go for a Fitbit, that's what they are good at doing.
If you want a smart watch either go with something else or wait until the new watch's come out at the end of the year. don't waste your money on this. You will honestly be disappointed.
What a fantastic piece of technology. Thinking back to 2006 when smartphones started to have cameras (Sony Ericsson K700i anyone?) and the fact that we are now wearing watches with touchscreens - wow. This watch is brilliant. You might be thinking.. "Do I need a smartwatch?" "Would I use it?" "Isn't it just a gimmick?" No, absolutely, and absolutely not. No you don't need it, but it will probably be very useful to you.
Here's why it's useful to me:
1) My phone charges a few meters away from me and so I can call my friends from my watch. I can also answer calls from the watch.
2) I wear it to sleep (because it tracks sleep) and I check out my sleep data almost every day. It also tracks my heart rate. I learned it's normal for my heart to beat 50 times a minute during sleep because I'm quite an active person.
3) It wakes me up in the morning whenever I want, via its vibrating alarms.
4) I can check the time (wahay!).
5) It's stylish on my wrist, and has many, many customisable watch faces. See the photo for mine.
6) How can I forget: notifications! Emails, texts, WhatsApps.. every notification goes to the watch and there's a gentle vibration to let you know. If you're at work therefore and don't want to be seen regularly checking your phone, just a quick glance at your watch screen will do it.
7) I can locate my phone from it.
It includes a stopwatch, timer, torch (bright white screen), and quite a few other apps, but the screen is just too small and the processor/RAM are just not powerful enough for them to be useful. So being realistic, you'll still do most stuff on your phone. Download the Huawei Health app and you can use the watch to track a lot more than just your sleep/heart rate.
The battery life is about 2 days with normal use, which is pretty good, but for a watch I would like a 7-day battery life.
This watch feels amazing to use. I love scrolling through the apps list using that touchscreen. I feel like James Bond doing so. It's worth noting that my version of the watch has a sim card slot, so I can literally run a 2nd phone line just via my watch! It's not ideal because you can't really type on it due to the tiny keyboard, but if you needed that option, it's there.
If you're in a job where you can't regularly check your phone, this is a great way to stay updated with your friends/family's life just by looking at your wrist.
The watch is a luxury in terms of price, but if you can afford it, buy it. It's a great, useful thing to have, and I imagine smartwatches will become a lot more useful over the next few years.
The responsiveness of the screen and OS is a vast improvement and makes this watch a joy to navigate. The only thing it's missing is the rotating bezel (like the Samsung Gear S3).
The screen is bright, clear and easy to read. The 2 physical buttons are easy to press and feel sturdy.
The strap allows for good adjustment to many wrist sizes and the watch feels comfortable on to wear (it's not too heavy at all).
I got the 4G version, but haven't put a sim in it yet, but having the option to leave the phone at home and just wear the watch is an appealing concept.
Notifications appear nice and clear and are easy to dismiss or interact with.
My only issues so far have been with the answering calls. I found that with it set to allow answering calls on the watch, this became my default setting for all calls. Even if I had a bluetooth headset connected or answered on the phone itself. It's a minor thing, as you can just change the audio output whilst in the call, but it was a slight inconvenience whilst I was testing it. I've turned this setting off now as I don't see myself talking to my watch like Micheal Knight anymore. For a start my car wouldn't talk back, just as well really as it' would probably criticize my driving.
Battery life has been pretty stable at 2 days between charges for me with general use. This was a little lower whilst playing with voice calls etc.
Charging the watch takes at most an hour or two and it's nice and easy to connect it to the magnetic charging cradle supplied (It just snaps it'self into place).
The Huawei Health app is actually pretty decent, although I tend to use Endomondo for workouts and Google Fit for step tracking just because I've used them for years already. Huawei health also adds sleep tracking to the mix though, so now I can see just how many times my cats wake me up in the night.
The built in heart rate monitor is also a nice addition and seems to be fairly accurate, at lease as accurate as my checking my own pulse.
Overall, I'm really happy with the Huawei and would definitely recommend it.
My watch was dying within few hours from full charge so I wrote to Huawei, I did all the updates and followed the instruction but the problem persisted. Huawei CS was happy for me to send my watch to be checked but they couldn't accept amazon's invoice as a proof because it didn't have the IMEI number of my 4g watch. After going back to Amazon and Huawei trying to convince Huawei that the invoice is legit, Amazon CS told me if Huawei does't accept our invoice we will give you a full refund. I returned the watch to amazon for a full refund and I will avoid for the next few years Huawei retail products as it seems that the do not have neither the facilities/training nor a customer centric culture.
He has used it underwater, it is only IP65 resistant but he has been in a swimming pool with it.
A few downsides to mention, the back light on the watch doesn't last for long, for example, whilst you're waiting for Google play to load up (on the watch) the back light will time out, and putting the watch back into sleep mode (maybe it's a wear OS issue rather than Huawei) , so you'll have to download and buy an app on the mobile device the watch is linked to in order to solve this issue, another problem is, when using the call function from the watch (Bluetooth via mobile device, Not 4G) the speaker volume isn't loud so keep this in mind.
But on a whole I would highly recommend this product, but purchase a screen protector as it doesn't come with one
The watch I received worked OK and the battery charger is very useful but there are too many bugs to prevent me from returning it. A watch that costs hundreds of pounds should not suffer from bluetooth dropout and when tapping the same icon, answer the phone one day and then disconnect the next day. Similarly, mine made random phantom calls to people in the middle of the night with no interference from me at all. Obviously a loose contact somewhere and you can imagine the reaction i got from people who were called in the small wee hours when i was fast asleep.
Advice @ buy something better quality preferably from a European manufacturer.
you can send quick text response to Whatsapp and messages. Receive and make phone call(though audio quality is poor), on regular phone line. No Skype
Remote control for Spotify, no download available.
it can also be directly paired to Bluetooth headset.
there is a sleep tracker option, and you can see news headlines as notification . Google assistant is a bit slow to reply.