Huawei Singapore has officially announced the all-new Huawei Watch GT2 Pro in the local market an attractive price of just S$398. It will be available starting October 10th through Lazada and Shopee.
For those who’d missed out, the new Huawei Watch GT2 Pro is built around a titanium case body completed with sapphire glass atop and a ceramic back which makes the smart watch looks more premium than ever.
The high-quality materials ensure that the device remain lightweight, while retaining its durability at the same. In fact, the Watch GT2 Pro doesn’t only impresses on the outside, but is powerful internally as well.
The device features a 1.39-inches OLED display which boasts a nice 454 x 454 pixels screen resolution. It comes with two crowns on the right-hand side of the watch case that comes with some dedicated control functionalities.
As usual, the Watch GT2 Pro is driven by Huawei’s proprietary Kirin A1 chipset assisted by 32MB RAM and 4GB onboard storage. Thanks to the dedicated sensors sitting inside the device, the Watch GT2 Pro is able to offers a wide range of different tracking modes for its users.
Some of the more notable additions include the all new Skiing and Snowboarding tracking modes which allows you to capture comprehensive data such as heart rate, average speed, the maximum slope, track and distance.
What’s interesting is that the device will also send out voice alerts should any of the data exceeds the norm. That’s certainly why you can always have peace of mind when heading out for outdoor adventures with the Watch GT2 Pro.
This time round, the device is also blessed with an enduring battery life which is said to be capable of supporting up to two-weeks of continuous usage.
To sweeten the deal, a mere 5-minutes wireless quick charge will be able to last you up to 10 hours of continuous usage. In the absence of charger, you can also rely on its reverse charging feature which allows you to charge it with your smartphone. All these features ensure that the device will always be up and running throughout the day.