The Huawei Watch looks smart thanks to the metal frame and leather strap, and goes well with either casual or formal attire.
The Huawei Watch is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and has 512MB of RAM. 4GB of internal storage for apps and data, as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1 Low Energy, and a 300mAh battery. Other than the heart rate sensor, you also get an accelerometer, gyroscope, and a barometer. The watch runs on the latest version of the Android Wear platform, which is 6.0.1, and is compatible with Android smartphones and iOS devices as well.
The build quality is great and the watch is comfortable to wear. The leather straps are secured well and can be easily detached with the help of a metal latch
The screen is also scratch-proof thanks to the use of sapphire crystal. Colours are also pretty vibrant, and sunlight legibility is decent. The Huawei Watch has a fully circular display, but that comes at the cost an ambient light sensor. Having that sensor saves you the headache of manually adjusting the brightness when you move between light and dark places
Setting up the Huawei Watch is simply a matter of pairing it with the Android Wear app on your phone .There’s a single button on the side which is positioned slightly higher than the centre, like the one on the Moto 360 (2nd Gen). A single press lets you wake or dim the display; a double press will turn the display off; and a long press takes you to the app drawer.
Performance is speedy with very little lag when swiping through screens or launching an app.
Huawei Watch comes with the Google Fit app pre-installed. There’s a tracking app which helps you set daily goals for walking and lets you know the number of steps you’ve taken and calories you’ve burnt. It isn’t very accurate but you do get a rough idea of the extent of your activities.
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