Huawei’s relatively recent “GT” smartwatch range has been highly rated for one feature and one feature only and is an advertisement of 14 days of battery life. While it may not reach these numbers in actual use, it is still over 24 hours that most smartwatches offer. However, sooner or later, you will have to recharge the wearable device and with the upcoming release of Huawei’s upcoming GT2, you may no longer have to contend with the cable.
The first generation of smartwatches was mostly shipped with some very specific or very specific docks that fit only and only for viewing. It also carried a USB cable, of course, but it means that you have another cable to connect to your tablet or night office.
According to WinFuture, the upcoming Huawei Watch GT2 Pro will eventually support wireless charging. Thankfully, it will also use the Qi wireless charging standard in place of some proprietary goods that Huawei cooked. This is not really a very big feature, but it means that you can at least reuse the charging pad that your phone may already have or, better yet, charge the clock Use the reverse wireless charging feature of the phone.
In addition, it looks like the Watch GT2 Pro will be exactly the same as the basic specs like the Watch GT2, at least 4 GB of storage, and 32 MB of RAM (not a typo). It has a similar 1.39 inch 454 x 454 screen and even a 46 mm body size less ideal for those with thinner wrists.
It also means that it will still be the dedicated operating system for the Huawei smartwatch, of course, for all the advantages and disadvantages that it brings. This is, of course, part of the reason for the long battery life, as it does not support as many features as your popular smartwatch.