The Huawei Watch GT 2, Band 4, and Band 4e have been officially launched in the Philippines. The surprise is Huawei will be bringing in the 42mm variant of the Watch GT 2 sometime in November for as low as P9,990 (around $195) for the Night Black model.
There will be a Refined Gold 42mm variant that costs P13,990 ($273), which is the same price as the Watch GT 2 46mm version with a brown leather strap. The 46mm model also has a slightly cheaper option — one that has a black fluoroelastomer strap — that retails at P10,990 ($214).
If you prefer fitness bands, Huawei offers the Band 4 and Band 4e for P1,890 ($37) and P1,390 ($27), respectively.
The Huawei Watch GT 2 looks like a typical timepiece, but you get a 3D AMOLED display that shows customizable watch faces that suit your style and preferences. Powered by a Kirin A1 processor, the smartwatch promises that you can get up to two weeks of use on a single charge. It comes with a built-in mic and speaker.
The Huawei Band 4 is a fitness tracker that can monitor your heart rate and fitness patterns as well as inform you if messages are coming in through your smartphone. It has a 2.5D colorful touchscreen that also has a customizable watch face.
Battery life for the Band 4 is up to six days on one charge. You can get this fitness band in Amber Sunrise, Graphite Black, and Sakura Pink.
The Huawei Band 4e has the runner or basketball player in mind. It offers precise basketball and running performance statistics and a professional running guide. This fitness band can track things like your air time, distance, height and hang time, speed, steps, vertical jumps, and more. It can also track your sleep, notify you about incoming calls or messages, and help you find your phone, among other things.
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The Band 4e features a lightweight and colorful band that’s made of recycled fibers, and it comes in Misty Gray and Sakura Coral.
All three wearable devices have water-resistance of up to 50 meters, and all of them (except for the 42mm smartwatch, of course) are already available online and offline at Huawei stores and partner retailers.
Huawei CBG country manager George Li said that local sales numbers for wearable devices could increase by 1,000% in a year
While George Li, country manager of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group in the Philippines, couldn’t share with us at Revü the local sales numbers for wearable devices, he said that the number of units sold in a year could be 10 times more than the present one.
He explained that the category is growing, especially since more people are into fitness these days.
Li added that they will launch a new pair of wireless earphones in November, which we think is the Huawei FreeBuds 3
Li also added that we can look forward to a new pair of wireless earphones in November, which we think is the Huawei FreeBuds 3.
Scenes from the Huawei Fitness Camp at SM MOA By The Bay, taken after the media launch of the Huawei Watch GT 2, Band 4, and Band 4e at S Maison
With additional reporting by Alora Uy Guerrero
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