The Huawei Watch 2 is like Apple’s Series 3 with LTE for India

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13 September 2017

Apple must have stolen the thunder last night when it came to showing off LTE capabilities of the Series 3 but Huawei did it first. Back in Feb at MWC 2017, and now it has launched in India for all of us to use and feel like CSI agents. So the next time you go for a walk, you can call up your mom to prepare breakfast while you return back from your exercise. Built-in GPS and heartrate tracking are the headlines, and they're both utilised in a number of dedicated fitness programs so you can, for example, opt for a "fat-burning run". Huawei Watch 2 does everything you'd expect of an Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch, including notifications, step tracking, standalone apps and custom watch faces for the 1.2in AMOLED display. It’s only available in Black and Titanium Grey colors in India with interchangeable straps coming soon. You can pick any of these three variants from Amazon India - Sports (Bluetooth) for ₹20,999; Classic (Bluetooth) for ₹25,999 and Sports (4G) for ₹29,999 starting from September 13.

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