Earlier this week, Huawei introduced the Watch Fit smartwatch with a tall display, but the company is gearing up to announce one more smartwatch, dubbed Huawei Watch GT2 Pro.
Last week we got our first look at the Watch GT2 Pro, but now a new set of press renders gives us a much better idea of its design.
The Watch GT2 Pro has smaller bezels compared to the regular GT2 and packs a 1.39″ circular color OLED display of 454×454 pixel resolution. This will come with the 46mm variant, and the 42mm model may sport a smaller screen of lower resolution like the GT2.
The case of the GT2 Pro will be made of stainless steel, and the straps will be either made of plastic or leather. The GT2 Pro will have 32MB RAM and 4GB of storage onboard, which will allow you to store music and play it on your wireless earphones without needing a smartphone since the smartwatch will support Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity.
The source says that Watch GT2 Pro will run Huawei’s proprietary OS, and the 46mm model will pack a 455 mAh battery, which will offer up to 14 days of autonomy. But this time, you’ll also get wireless charging support.
The usual fitness features like step counter, sleep tracker, heart rate monitor, and SpO2 monitor will also be present. The smartwatch will also help you determine your stress levels and feature various sports modes, which include running, swimming, cycling, hiking, golfing, skiing, gymnastics and tennis.
There’s no word from Huawei about the Watch GT2 Pro yet, but if the day and date on the leaked renders are anything to go by, then we’ll see the GT2 Pro debut in exactly two weeks from now.
Source (in German)