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Huawei Watch GT2 image leak reveals new and better design

Author at TechGenyz Wear
Huawei Watch GT2 Image
Huawei Watch GT2 Image Leaked

A year ago, Huawei’s Watch GT was launched. Since then, even though Huawei has launched smartphones and the Huawei vision smart TVs, but nothing has been launched on the wearable front Huawei or anything updated version of the previous smartwatch. It has been a year since the last Huawei watch GT was released, and from the latest leaked images, it is expected that Huawei will soon release Watch GT2.

Some images are floating online similar to Huawei’s smartwatch and it is because of the leaked images of Huawei Watch GT2. It is believed that this watch is probably the next smartwatch by Huawei.

Evan Blass leaked the images of what may be called the Huawei Watch GT2 in the future. On the leaked image, the watch has a round case, two buttons on the right side of the watch, and a cluster of four sensors on the back of the device. This looks all too similar; just like the previous GT.

However, there are some dissimilarities with the previous watch. The new Watch GT2’s lugs on the case is a bit smaller than those of the Huawei Watch GT. The front of the case on the Huawei Watch GT2 does not have the same numbers printed around it. The previous Huawei smartwatch has a 1.39 inch 454x454 display screen.

The new Huawei Watch GT2 appears to have a similar display. No more is known about the specifications of the new Watch GT2. It is expected that the new watch would have some added RAM and storage space. It is not known yet if the watch would have some other added specifications regarding its appearance. The leaked images show that the watch will be available in three colors, black, silver and gold.

Huawei is having an event for the Mate 30 on September 19. More information can be known at the event only.

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