Huawei Watch 2 Review: Android Wear 2.0, smart sensors and more

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Our review of the Huawei Watch 2 takes an in-depth look at this smartwatch sequel, including its Android Wear 2.0 interface.

We’ve been rocking the Huawei Watch 2, one of the first Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches, for well over a week now. One of the first smartwatches we ever truly loved was the original Huawei Watch, which hit the UK at the end of 2015. Fast forward to 2017 and Huawei has finally launched the Huawei Watch 2. Packing the latest Android Wear 2.0 OS, plus an all-new design and updated specs, the Watch 2 is a step up from the original Huawei smartwatch in almost every respect.

Check out our full Huawei Watch 2 review on Recombu:

www.recombu.com/mobile/article/huawei-watch-2-review

Plus our Android Wear 2.0 review:

www.recombu.com/mobile/article/android-wear-2-0-first-look-review-whats-new-features-update

And our complete Android Wear 2.0 tips and tricks guide:

www.recombu.com/mobile/article/android-wear-2-0-tips-tricks-guide-best-hidden-features-watch

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  1. in order to disable hear rate sensor and step tracker you need to go into the: option (gear) > App -> Sistem app -> Huawei Health <- Disable it. If you did it, you will notice that these apps are vanish from you app list in your drawer

  2. That looks like those cheap watches you get out the 20p twist toy machines. Surely no android user would buy that when the first looks better. Android Wear 2.0 or not.

  3. Thanks for the review! Does Spotify support offline playback on android wear 2.0? Or was this the app downloading screen that was shown in the video?

  4. The watch 2 is not an attractive model expecially compared to the watch 1 even the classic looks way to sporty & thick, unfortunately I will have to stick with version 1.

  5. Hi! Any price info?
    Also, I wonder why they never use a transflective display in android smartwatches… much better outdoor visibility and battery life…