Huawei Watch GT rumored to be launching with the Mate 20

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Last year, Huawei came out with their Watch 2 smartwatch. While it wasn’t like the original watch that the company came out with, the Watch 2 leaned more towards the fitness crowd who didn’t want an Apple Watch. This year, Huawei is rumored to be coming out with the successor to the Watch 2, the Watch GT. It’ll come in a Classic, Fashion, or Sports variant.

The Huawei Watch GT

So far, we don’t know much about the Watch GT, but we know enough to get an idea of what the smartwatch could entail. All three variants could have a 1.39-inch AMOLED round display, making it bigger than the Watch 2, but no resolution has been revealed just yet. The Sport edition will be completely black like the Watch 2 but the Classic and Fashion could have some type of leather band. Each version will still include the same features such as a Bluetook, a compass, GPS, NFC, pressure sensor, possibly a heart rate monitor, and an accelerometer.

Furthermore, the watch could have a 420mAh battery life boasting up to seven days worth of usage. That could be due to the new Snapdragon Wear 3100 SoC that’s being used in the watch. No word on what the OS would be, but Google’s latest WearOs could be pre-installed. We’ll have to wait and see what Huawei says, so take this all with a grain of salt. The watches could be announced alongside the Mate 20 on October 20th, 2018.

Huawei could be looking to sell more than enough of the GT watches because of the rumored price point. The price could range from €199 to €299 Euros. That’s equal to about $220 to $265USD. From what WinFuture is saying, the Sport variant would retail for €199 while the Classic/Fashion could be €299. Still, it’s not a bad price considering the Apple Watch starts out at $399.99USD for the non-cellular watch. Even the Galaxy Watch is sitting at $329.99.

What do you guys think about the Huawei’s Watch GT? Do you believe that it’ll be able to compete against Apple’s Apple Watch 4? Let us know by leaving something in the comments below or on GooglePlusTwitter, or Facebook.

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Last Updated on October 2, 2018.


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