Huawei Watch 2 price and availability. Huawei announced its new Android wearables, the Huawei Watch 2 in Barcelona at the MWC yesterday. The Huawei Watch 2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor with 4G connectivity which users can make calls and send messages without the help of a mobile phone. The Watch 2 is a performance coaching and tracking device running on Android Wear 2.0 which supports compatibility for IOS as well.
In a press release on Huawei’s website, it said, ‘With HUAWEI WATCH 2 (4G supported version), users can leave their mobile phone at home and go running, cycling or just exploring while staying connected. Thanks to independent mobile connectivity and a built in GPS chip, users can respond to calls and text messages, use independent apps like Uber, Foursquare and Telegram. The innovative design means that this extra connectivity comes with no sacrifice on quality. VoLTE support and dual-mic noise elimination help ensure a stable and clear telephone experience while the integration of the antennae on the upper watch case for dual 4G, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC in the device significantly strengthens connectivity, allowing HUAWEI WATCH 2 to stay compact while ensuring good signal reception.
Besides the SIM version working with mobile network carriers worldwide, the HUAWEI WATCH 2 also provides an eSIM version (available to limited countries).
What’s more, some carriers feature a one-number-multi-SIM service. There’s no need for a new number, as the watch and your mobile phone can share the same number. Going far beyond being just a partner to a smartphone, the HUAWEI WATCH 2 (4G supported version) provides the flexible connectivity required in a modern active life and gets everything controlled by one hand.’
Huawei revealed another version of the wearable called Porsche Design Huawei SmartWatch.
Huawei Watch 2 Price and Availability in US, UK and Others
Huawei Watch 2 will start retailing for €320/$339 depending on the particular design being chosen. People in Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, China and Germany will be able to buy this March, while those in UK, US, Australia and Russia can buy from April.