- Cherlynn Low , Tom's Guide
With a bright, sharp display and smooth performance, the Huawei Watch is an elegant, albeit pricey, smartwatch.
I loved the sheer quality and class of this watch. It’s the closest I’ve seen to a watch actually being a watch first and a smartwatch second. The screen and the experience was properly fantastic and it’s a premium looking device. You can buy the watch for £289 for the leather band in silver, £329 for the watch in blank with the leather band and £369 for the link band version. It’s pretty pricey. Yes, it’s a beautiful and polished product, but there’s other Android Wear watches that’ll do the same functions as this.
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The Huawei Watch hardly differs from other current smartwatches like LG's Watch Urbane or Asus' ZenWatch 2 technically. Huawei has developed an efficient product with a somewhat longer runtime than, for example, the Urbane despite a comparatively small battery. However, the Huawei Watch not only wants to be a simple smartwatch. It wants to be seen as a piece of lifestyle - and the Chinese manufacturer has also accomplished this goal.
The watch features a plain yet attractive design and is composed of very high-quality materials. No other rival based on Android Wear offers such hi... Full review
The Huawei Watch looks great. As far as fashionable timepieces go, it’s top notch and wouldn’t look out of place paired with an expensive three-piece suit. The display is also superb, and the battery life good enough. This smartwatch performs as well as any other on the market, though that’s a bit backhanded as Android Wear smartwatches are still buggy.
It’s confounding then that Huawei omitted an ambient light sensor and GPS, especially give the Huawei Watch’s premium price. It’s also confounding that Android Wear is still very limited mo... Full review
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