Smartwatches and fitness bands are the next best wearable technology that everybody wants to going gaga over. From providing the facility to access all the notification, to replying messages and calls from your wrist rather, wearables today offer all.
With increasing choices in the market at affordable rates, its getting really difficult for many buyers to decide which one should they buy. Among the many high-end smartwatches in the market, Huawei latest smartwatch, which got launched few months back in India, the Huawei Watch is grabbing the attention of a lot of users.
If you're planning to buy this very device, here are few things which we have highlighted about the Huawei Watch which you should consider before making the final deision.
Build & design - similar to Moto 360
The Huawei Watch is in every way similar to the Moto 360. The circular design with the metal edges all give it the premium feel that any person would want to have in a smartwatch. Though the smartwatch is not slim like the Pebble, it still feels comfortable and lightweight on the wrist.
Display - Decent enough!
The 400x400 AMOLED display has a great pixel density. However, compared to the Moto 360 it is missing a light sensor and you will be changing the brightness of the wearable quite often when moving from one location to another.
Having a smartwatch has two advantages, one of them being that you need not have to invest in a fitness band. The Huawei Watch can be used for your fitness regime. It can track your steps, the distance covered, and also measure your heart rate.
Battery - simply outstanding!
The Huawei Watch gives an outstanding battery of a day and a half under normal usage. And if used smartly, it can go beyond that too. The 300 mAh battery charges in less than an hour for you to start using it again.
Android Wear - made for each other
Google's smartwatch OS, Android Wear runs in the heart of this smartwatch. Viewing the cards in full without an incomplete screen feels great. Answering calls, replying to texts, reading your emails, all of this has been made possible through the Android Wear. The smartwatch will, however, gain the upper hand when Android Wear 2.0 gets released later this year.
It can make calls
The Huawei Watch has the ability to answer calls from your wrists. There is no need for you to pick up your phone to talk, as the smartwatch has a built-in microphone and speaker.
Watch faces - customizable
The benefits of having an Android Wear device is the variety of watch faces that are available for every device. And they all fit perfectly into the circular display. Many of these watch faces are customizable to include your fitness details or additional clocks.
Pricing - Not so affordable
Unlike the other smartwatches, the Huawei Watch is aimed at users who want style, comfort, premium quality design, and great software. Priced at a whopping Rs 23,000, this premium product is a tough competitor to the Samsung Gear S2 and the second generation Moto 360.