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Huawei Watch 2 Bluetooth Sport Smartwatch for Android & IOS - Black (Huawei UK Warranty)
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- Sports optimized tailored training plans, reports, and suggestions with multiple exercises featured. With GPS and continuous heart rebate monitor to help track your fitness.
- Compatible with Android Wear 2.0 and iOS. See important details at a glance including incoming calls, SMS messages, emails, calendar events, and notifications from social networking apps.
- Pay with your watch - NFC support enables Android Pay for quick and easy payments.
- The Huawei Watch 2 is compatible with standard 22mm straps so you can swap them easily, choose from over 40 watch faces at your fingertips to suit your style.
- Wear your Huawei Watch 2 anywhere, with IP68 water and dust protection, the Huawei Watch 2 is designed to conquer the elements.
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Huawei Watch 2 Bluetooth Sport Smartwatch for Android & IOS - Black
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One Step Ahead
The latest generation of Huawei smartwatch, with even more upgrades:
- Built-in GPS.
- Continuous heart rate monitoring.
- IP68 water and dust resistance.
- NFC payment.
- Android Wear 2.0.
Bringing you a revolutionary user experience, the perfect assistant for your smart life.
Professional Sport Watch
Real-time coaching provides live workout guidance to evaluate performance, recovery, and assist in achieving fitness goals with comprehensive training reports including:
Heart rate, V02max, Running mapping, Distance, Speed, Floors Climbed, Calories, Steps, Cadence, Personal best, Recovery time, and more.
Receive on-screen notifications for calls, texts, and other key apps. Easily make payments using Android Pay via NFC technology. (Not all of the watch's functions will be available on iOS).
Built-in GPS and GLONASS dual-positioning system offers accurate running tracking and outdoor navigation. View real-time maps and trails on the high resolution display.
Built-in 4GB memory (over 200 songs) lets you listen to your favourite music anywhere and anytime directly from your watch via a Bluetooth headset. No phone required.
Features a high-end ceramic bezel widely used in luxury watches. Highly scratch resistant, lightweight, and can easily resist dust, rain, sweat, and water up to IP68.
Heart Rate Monitoring
Improved heart rate technology includes 5HR ranges to measure the intensity of your fitness activities.
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At first thought it was a bit large but you quickly get used to it
Notes: I have the non-LTE 'sport' version of the watch as opposed to the 'classic' one - however all three models are incredibly similar in functionality so my thoughts should apply across the board. I've been using it paired to a Google Pixel XL, currently running Android 7.1.2 (latest stable version at time of writing) - I don't have an iOS device to test with, but I've heard the experience is significantly worse when using the watch with an iPhone, so check another source if that's going to be your setup.
The biggest criticism reviewers of this watch have made is that they don't like the thick 'sporty' look of the bezel, but personally I've always liked watches that look like that, so it's right up my street. Like any Smartwatch this is a combination of a tech product and a fashion accessory - so if you hate the look of it then that's a very valid reason to not buy it despite all of the positives! Look at alternatives from Motorola, Sony, LG, Asus and Fossil - you're bound to find something that you like!
Things I love:
- Packs every sensor (GPS+LTE+NFC) into the body of the watch, so you can still have removable watch bands - something that no other OEM has accomplished so far. It also has automatic brightness without a "flat tyre" like on Motorola watches, which is a rarity.
- Battery life is the best on the market. It's good enough that I don't even have to THINK about it. My record so far is 6am to 2am the next day (while travelling) with the screen always on, tilt to wake enabled and automatic brightness on - when I got home it still had 22% left - so yeah, you literally can't kill this watch even if you try.
- If you ARE going to be away from the charger for several days you can boot it into an ultra power saving mode that turns off all the smart features and lets it function as a watch for up to 2 weeks. I've not had to try this myself yet, but it's nice to know it's there if I ever lost my mind and decided to go camping.
- Remappable hardware button on the bottom can pull double duty - single press is an app of your choice, double press is Android Pay. My main concern when choosing this watch is that I'd have to pick between a shortcut to starting a workout or Android Pay, but it turns out you don't have to!
- It's comfortable and light. Yes it's bulky, but on your wrist it doesn't look or feel bulky. The default strap is also surprisingly comfortable. I was planning on buying a metal strap day 1 but I've not felt the need to so far - it's the only silicone/rubber watchband I've ever actually liked.
Some minor complaints:
- Charges with pogo pins instead of wirelessly. This is an apples to oranges comparison because both technologies have advantages and disadvantages - pogo pins can wear out after a few years and require slightly more effort to connect, but they also charge the watch faster than wireless charging and save on bulk. It's really not a huge deal at all, but if I could change one thing about the watch it would be this.
- Talking of the charger, it doesn't sit flat on your desk because of the angle the watch has to sit on it, which is again not a huge deal but it's just weird and seems like an odd oversight. However, the charger has a strong magnet and bits of plastic to guide the watch into place so it's much easier to connect the watch to it properly than many other watches. Before I owned this I had an LG G-Watch (the original Square one) and that sometimes took four or five attempts to sit down on the charger before it would actually start charging.
- The default watchfaces are (imo) absolutely garbage. Luckily this is Android Wear so there are literally millions of options on the playstore, or you can just make your own with Facer or Pujie or... whatever else.
- It ships out the box with THREE different run tracking apps. I get that they were fitness focused but does it really need Google Fit AND Huawei Fitness AND Runtastic? Again, this is fixed by virtue of it being Android. You just disable the ones you don't need or want!
tl;dr - There are very few things to improve about this watch. Android Wear 2.0 is a great wearable OS with a lot of power and customisation options, and the hardware here runs it perfectly.
>Very nice looking watch. Not at all cheap looking as some people are suggesting. Looks good on my wrist - perfect size for skinny girly wrists like mine.
>Phone functionality works a treat, loudspeaker sounds nice and clear.
>Apps are easy to load on the watch as long as you install the Android Wear compatible apps on your phone first; just after installation on the phone is finished, the watch vibrates and offers you the option to install the same app on the watch - this makes installing apps on the watch a breeze!!
>Happily, Microsoft Outlook watch app shows my work calendar and notifies me of meetings, but has no snooze facility.
>Google maps works great.
>The operating system software lets the nice hardware down; it seems to be very stable, but lacks configuration features and flexibility. For example, there is no control over the annoying 5 second watch face timeout.
>Similar issue for the apps. For most apps, the watch goes back to the watch face after 15 seconds and there is no direct way to go back to the app you just had open - doh! The top button, which is the 'back' button, takes you back to the app menu (icons), which fortunately has the app that you just had open at the top. Click on the app icon and this takes you back to the page in the app that you just had open. Only the Phone app contacts page seems to stay on top after screen time out i.e. pressing the top button after screen time out takes you straight back to the Phone app contacts page that you were just looking at.
>Swiping the screen upwards shows the notifications screens. Another annoying niggle is that these disappear once you have read them, so make sure that you read them properly!
>Screen is difficult to read outdoors.
>Even the large font setting is too small for me without my reading glasses, so I cannot read messages etc. when in the car or on the move. I don't have a problem with the display size, because it suits my skinny wrist, its just the font size that is not big enough.
>Android Pay didn't work for me because it needs Android version 4.4+ on the phone, even though the watch (Android Wear) needs 4.3+. I have 4.3 and cannot upgrade any higher. Pity.
>Viber functionality is extremely poor; you can receive text notifications, and reply to them by text or speech-to-text, but there is no ability to initiate Viber messages (you can install Viber on the watch, but you cannot run it because it does not appear in the apps list). Pity, as I use Viber every day to communicate with family. Fortunately, I came across a similar app called Glide, which has instant video, audio and text messaging, so I will give that a go until the Viber guys pull their fingers from their cups of coffee.
>Apps are difficult to find using the Play Store app on the watch. However, if you load Android Wear compatible apps on your phone first, the watch vibrates and offers you the option to install the same app on the watch - this makes installing apps on the watch a breeze (see PROS)!!
OVERALL. It looks great, is perfect even for smaller wrists, and the hardware is great. The software functionality seems to be lagging behind the great hardware. Hopefully, the Android Wear functionality will improve with further updates (especially the display timeout and getting back to the page you were on issues). Hopefully, we will see better functionality and support (including on-line help) from the main software apps providers.
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How they can justify this much money for this is beyond me ... strap feels like it came of a toy watch
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