Huawei Watch 2

7.1/10 AVG.
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  • Huawei Watch 2
  • Huawei Watch 2

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Specification

Brand Huawei
Size 4.89 x 4.5 x 1.26 cm (1.9 x 1.8 x 0.5 in)
Weight 40 grams (1.41 ounces)

Reviews (7.1/10 Avg. rating)


finder.com.au

A truly smart watch

from finder.com.au
The Huawei Watch 2 improves on the original in all the right ways, but at $599 outright, it's still something of a luxury buy. That's true of just about any smartwatch, however, because while I do personally love having notifications pop up on my wrist, and the integration of 4G LTE is a nice twist to ensure that they keep on coming, I'm left thinking that I'm still waiting for the next real evolution in the smartwatch model... Full review
The Next Web

Strong performance makes up for lackluster design

from The Next Web

It all comes down to this: The Huawei Watch 2 is uglier than its predecessor, but it’s also mostly better. Unless you really prefer sporty, chunky, and colorful smartwatches – and that’s fine if you do – the Huawei Watch 2 feels like a less premium device. It has a more generic look and a smaller, less touch-friendly screen. On a device that’s meant to be worn on your wrist every day, that’s not a problem you can easily ignore. But it’s also better than its predecessor by most technical metrics – whether performance, battery life, fitness... Full review

GreenBot

Good watch but a missed opportunity for Wear 2.0

from GreenBot
The Huawei Watch 2 is a fine Android Wear 2.0 entry, but it doesn't bring enough to the table to separate it from its peers... Full review
Chip Chick

Huawei’s turn toward an exercise-first smartwatch goes pretty well

from Chip Chick
If you’re all-in on smartwatches and are looking for a solid Android Wear 2.0 running companion, the Huawei Watch 2 is ultimately a good option... Full review
PC Magazine

Features excellent fitness tracking capabilities for a smartwatch

from PC Magazine
So far, the Huawei Watch 2 is the strongest showing for Android Wear 2.0 we've seen—even if the platform is far from perfect. It's more comfortable than the LG Sport, and offers more functionality than the LG Style. When you consider its solid fitness tracking abilities and relatively good battery life, this is probably the Android watch you should buy... Full review
Tech Advisor

The hardware really sets it apart

from Tech Advisor
The Huawei Watch 2 is no-doubt a huge improvement over the first-generation Huawei Watch despite trading in the classic look for something a little sportier. The double-chrome design gives it a premium look, although it’s let down a little bit by cheap-looking removable plastic straps... Full review
Android Authority

Has almost everything you could ask for and does it all well

from Android Authority
Comparing the Huawei Watch 2 to the original Huawei Watch isn’t quite fair. Despite sharing the same name, they’re very different devices. Even if you loved the original, you may not like the new one nearly as much. But that doesn’t distract from the fact that the Huawei Watch 2 is a solid, functional, and, frankly, nice smartwatch... Full review
TechRadar

A well-equipped smartwatch with too many features

from TechRadar
Huawei tries to cover all use cases with the Watch 2, and while it hits most of them, it doesn't do it in a way which is overly user-friendly. If anything, it strengthens the case for specialized smartwatches, rather than a one-device-fits-all approach... Full review
Tom's Guide

The fitness-tracking smartwatch you don't need

from Tom's Guide
While the Huawei Watch 2 has some useful fitness features, they're still not robust enough for us to recommend this Android Wear watch... Full review
GSMArena

Time out

from GSMArena

Android made huge strides forward with the new Wear 2.0 and removed plenty of limitations that made people sniff at smartwatches. Watches are more self-sufficient, so you might as well want to leave your phone at home when going for a run or out on the town and don't expect to be doing much besides a phone call or two. The Huawei Watch 2 fits nicely in that first scenario as its sportier looks tend to work better with workout gear than a blazer. There are plenty of options (Android Wear or not) that would fit in a more formal environment, but this is certainly not the forte of the devi... Full review

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