The launch date of the Huawei Watch GT 2 is simply crossed as Huawei is ready to launch the new smartwatch on September 19 on its Mate 30 launch occasion.
However, that is not in response to a leak or rumor of Huawei itself: the company published a video on Weibo a social media platform in Chinese language which confirms that the clock is launched on September 19,
The video does not present us too much in regards to the next smart watch, because it only illuminates the weak definition of the watch (and it is exhausting to select an element of that), but it surely checks the Kirin A1 chipset.
The Kirin A1 chipset was initially shown to power the Huawei FreeBuds 3, however, we don’t know precisely what advantages the processor offers. When Huawei introduced the exclusive Huawei Watch GT, the company was not very communicative regarding the chipset, however, because it now promotes it as a fundamental feature, it is very possible that it varies. it will be equipped with the new Kirin A1 proprietary chip.
However, when it comes to design, it doesn’t seem that the Watch GT 2 is going to put the world at home, because it seems similar to the one, suitable even for dials and metal body.
Therefore, the efficiency increases are likely to be the actual updates within the Huawei Watch GT 2, and we will discover what they are (hopefully) on September 19.
Huawei Watch GT 2 will be able to have a 445 mAh battery slightly larger than the previous model and there will certainly be an integrated GPS and a sensor to monitor the heart rate. For the rest, the integration of a speaker and a microphone that would allow users to use the smart watch also to make calls. Obviously, the connection with the smartphone will be via Bluetooth, while for now it is still unclear whether Watch GT 2 will have LTE connectivity or not.