The Huawei Watch 2 coming: about two years it’s been, that the Chinese manufacturer has released the Huawei watch. The successor of the wearables from the year 2015 will be presented at the MobileWorld Congress (MWC) 2017. The corresponding note is from a source that can be considered reliable.
Yu Chengdong, the Vice President of Huawei, has announced the Huawei Watch 2 with the Hashtag “#Huaweiwatch2” and “#Huawei MWC2017” about the Chinese Weibo microblogging network. On thetea image are the words “made for free spirits” to read what translated means roughly “made for all free spirits”. In addition, timedictionary describes the gadget as a ‘step’ forward in the direction of freedom. This could be an indication of the operating system that maybe used on the Smartwatch.
Sports with Android wear 2.0
Already the Huawei watch from the year 2015 is equipped with the operating system Android wear and should receive the update to version 2.0. After the upgrade, Smartwatch users get, for example, direct access to the Google play store – without having to take the detour via the Smartphone. Also, it is possible to answer messages through an on-screen Tastaturdirekt by the wearable out. This could be a part of freedom describing the Chengdong Huawei Watch 2. Perhaps the new gadget directly to the release with Android wear2.0 is equipped.
The Huawei Watch 2 could also put a major focus on sporting activities: the Weibo published picture shows a swimmer who checks his Smartwatch in the middle of the barrel (or jump). Perhaps, he takes a look at his current statistics. Which design will be held the wearable, not apparent from the picture. It is however likely that just like with its predecessor a round display is fitted. Learn more at the latest to the MWC 2017.