Huawei launched the GT2 smartwatch series in India last year. Users will get a strong all rounder Kirin A1 chipset in this smartwatch. Let us tell you this is the first smartwatch to be launched in India with this processor. Huawei has released firmware update version 188.8.131.52 for its GT2 smartwatch, which after its installation Huawei Watch GT2 will be able to tell oxygen level (SpO2) in the blood.
Explain that SpO2 refers to the level of oxygen present in the blood of a human being. The SpO2 level in a healthy human body is between 90 and 100. Low levels of oxygen in the blood can cause hypoxemia. Hypoxemia causes heart and lung related diseases.
Huawei Watch GT2 Price
Huawei Watch GT 2 is present in two variants which include 42mm and 46mm dial sizes. 46mm Sports Black is priced at Rs 15,990, 46mm Leather Sports is priced at Rs 17,990, 46mm Titanium Gray Metal is priced at Rs 21,990 and Lone (lone) 42mm Black is priced at Rs 14,990.
Huawei Watch GT2 specifications
Customers will get a 1.39-inch AMOLED display in the 46mm model of this smartwatch. At the same time, a 1.2-inch display has been given in the 42mm variant. This smartwatch has a rating of 5 ATMs for water and dustproof. The company has provided features like Bluetooth v5.1 and GPS in this smartwatch for connectivity. This watch has a Kirin A1 processor that has been introduced specifically for wearable devices.
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The 46mm variant has a 455mAh battery while in the 42mm variant you will get a 215mAh battery. A battery of 46 mm has been claimed for 14 days of backup and 7 days of battery life with 42 mm. The speaker is also provided in the smartwatch. In this case, you can also talk on the phone. Apart from this, customers have been given optical heart rate sensor in this smartwatch.
At the same time, the company has claimed that the battery of this smartwatch will work continuously for 30 hours. It can also sync up to 500 songs. That is, even if you do not have a phone, you can listen to 500 songs.