Huawei Watch 2 Classic Smartwatch - Ceramic Bezel- Brown Leather Strap(US Warranty)
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- Built-in GPS and continuous heart rate: monitor your heart rate and track your workout routes without your phone
- Scientific sleep tracking: HUAWEI TruSleep keeps track of light, deep and REM sleep stages to make your sleep truly restful
- Workout Coach: get real-time guidance and workout data such as recovery time and Vo2 Max
- NFC and Google assistant: make payments and have a personal voice assistant from your wrist
- Music and power: you can download and listen to music by Google play music on your watch. And you can optimize power consumption settings to get the most out of your device
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Huawei Watch 2 smart Watch integrates cutting-edge technology with the look of a Classic sports Watch. Designed to work in harmony with your smartphone or Independently, new features include: standalone GPS navigation, professional running Coach, offline music storage, Wear OS by Google/Android Wear and various apps.
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Huawei 1 - 1.4-inch circular AMOLED display 400x400 pixels with a PPI of 286
Huawei 2 - 1.2-inch circular AMOLED display 390x390 pixels with a PPI of 326
Huawei 1 - 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 processor
Huawei 2 - 1.1 GHz Qualcomm MSM8909W
Huawei 1 - 4 GB Flash + 512 MB RAM
Huawei 2 - 4 GB Flash + 768 MB RAM
Huawei 1 - 300 mAh
Huawei 2 - 420 mAh
Huawei 1 - Bluetooth 4.1 BLE + WiFi
Huawei 2 - Bluetooth 4.1 BLE + BR / EDR + WiFi
Huawei 1 - None
Huawei 2 - GPS + Glonass
Huawei 1 - 6-Axis motion sensor (Gyroscope + Accelerometer), Heart Rate Sensor (PPG), Barometer, Vibration Motor
Huawei 2 - 3-axis A + G sensor, 3-axis Gyroscope, 3-axis Compass, Heart Rate Sensor (PPG), Barometer, Capacitive Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor
LOVED: *wearing* the watch, being able to *glance* at time and other information (agenda, pulse, etc.), having *flashlight* handy, receiving sms/calls.
HATED: interacting with unresponsive interface, seeing the battery drop below 20% by end of day, being offered to turn on power saving mode, which would kill the always-on display and make the watch even slower and less useful.
+ Quality materials, and solid construction.
+ Comfortable to wear.
+ Plenty of watchfaces to choose from.
+ The screen is high quality, and adapts to ambient lighting well.
- Large thickness. I've been hitting doors and things with it.
- No notification of any kind when Bluetooth connection to phone is lost?! If you move away from your phone - the watch won't tell you. So, you'll be missing calls and notifications.
- Paring over Bluetooth means that you can't use your phone in car + with watch at the same time.
- No WiFi status anywhere?!
- No wireless/Qi charging?!
- Many available apps are gimmicky and too simplistic. For example, calendar just shows you summary, but will not let you cancel/respond to a meeting.
- Battery life is sad... may not even last a full day. Charging overnight is a must. The claim of battery lasting 2 days is bogus.
- Painfully slow performance... could be expected from a $50 watch, but not in the $200-300 price range. Even simple built-in interfaces (upper system drawer, and lower notification drawer) are jerky and slow to react. Sometimes a couple seconds pass before something happens on screen. Instead of sliding in and out - the upper/lower panels just jump in/out unpredictably. Transitions between different screens/apps are slow too - you will stare at black screen (instead of a watchface) too often. Also, the watchfaces that show "seconds" are lagging and "seconds" jump around crazy-fast after you wake up the screen. Horrible and why?!
Overall, I'm disappointed. So much potential went to waste. Maybe I should try Samsung Gear S3 instead.
UPDATE: Running watch for a couple days without restarting - it crapped out and became completely unresponsive. I couldn't even unlock it. It was buzzing and showing strange things on display (see attached image). So, yes, this is definitely a piece of turd.
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