Huawei Watch 2 A Better Complementary Device For The Android Wear 2.0?

Feb 28, 2017 08:10 AM EST | Leian N.

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Since Apple released their Watch product, the market had invited more competition. Recently, Android Wear 2.0 had debuted a pair of LG-made watches that also triggered other companies to introduce their own take on the new system. Luckily, Huawei Watch 2 made its entry and was even forecasted to possibly be the best complement for the Android version.

The Huawei Watch 2 has a black face and leather band which appears to be nearly similar to a standard watch. However, it has a twist with respect to technological features. With its comfort and quality, the 1.2-in. face adds a premium feel to the product that reviews suggested it could be the best product in the market to incorporate the Android Wear 2.0 that is currently in the LG devices, reported Engadget.

Not only does Huawei's version appear sportier than the LG ones, it also has a color scheme unique to similar products in the market. In fact, it was a surprise to reviewers that it could be bought at a cheaper price. It also has a swifter navigating system compared to the Android Wear 2.0 linked to the LG watches.

In other news, CNET reported that the battery life of the product is also quite impressive which has a capacity of 1.1GHz Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset with 768 of RAM and 4GB of storage. In fact, it could last for up to two days with normal usage or up to 10 hours when the GPS signal is turned on. Other features include an optical heart-rate sensor, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. The only downside of the product was its inability to become waterproof compared to the Apple Watch Series 2.  

Since reviews of the Huawei Watch 2 revealed that it has better technological features and improved battery life compared to similar LG products, is the Android Watch 2.0 more complementary towards it? Will the Huawei Watch 2 be the new flagship model of the Android system?

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