Huawei Watch GT 2 Strap Design and Specifications

Huawei Watch GT 2 Strap

Features of Huawei Watch GT 2 Strap

This year’s Huawei Watch GT 2 strap launch was mainly ignored because it was part of the Mate 30 series announcements. So when the smartwatch became more widely available, we decided to test its two battery life promise and see what else it had to offer.


If you prefer a smaller watch on your wrist, there is a 42 mm version available. Compared to its predecessor, the Huawei watch gt 2e strap, the bezel of the GT 2 is sleek and bends outwards without an additional edge. After all that, we couldn’t figure out why Huawei had inscribed what appeared to be a 24-hour scale on the back of the phone (which it wasn’t).

To enter the menu, you push the uppermost button, and the lowermost controller may be programmed. For example, you can configure it to activate the activity tracker by pressing it once. Because we had an orange pair of 22-mm rubber straps in the office from the original Watch GT, we could match the clothing with the watch.

Battery Life

The in-house Kirin A1 chipset in the Huawei Watch GT 2 strap enhances battery life dramatically. A 455 mAh battery seemed impossible to believe at first, so we decided to try it out. Wearing the GPS for 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with continual heart rate monitoring enabled, as well as tracking sleep, was required. Neither music nor voice could be heard through the Watch GT 2. However, the screen remained on at all times. While it’s not what we were promised, the Watch GT 2 has been charged five times in only two months.

User Interface

In addition to telling you the time, the Huawei Watch GT 2 strap is meant to serve as your assistant daily. Compared to other smartwatches, the UI seemed a little drab and lacking in functionality. There is no denying that it has all the essential features, including a heart rate sensor, activity tracker, stress level and VO2Max calculations, and a wide range of sporting activities, including running courses. But that’s about all there is to say about it. You must use the Huawei Health app to connect to the device because it does not have Wi-Fi or LTE capabilities. Only in China does it have NFC. Everything else requires an application to connect to Huawei devices, such as the Mate 30 Apps compared or the Free Buds 3.

Huawei Health

That leaves an in the application as the only programmer that can provide a meaningful analysis of the data that has been collected. It’s simple to use and provides a lot of visual cues. In the Health section, you can set up a personalized home screen to keep track of important information like your heart rate and activity history. Instead of using the Huawei Watch GT 2 strap touch screen to begin an activity, the Exercise tab allows you to get directly into your workout without having to wait for the GPS to establish a connection.


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