Huawei Watch 2

  • ​Today, the Chinese tech giant Huawei released its second-generation smartwatch in the US. The Huawei Watch 2 starts at US$300 and is sold through big-name retailers like Best Buy, Target, Newegg, B&H Photo, Amazon and Walmart, though availability may vary by outlet.
  • Comparing the Huawei Watch 2 (and its Watch 2 Classic variant) with the Samsung Gear S3 (available in both Classic and Frontier editions) shows that the latest smartwatch offerings from Huawei and Samsung are quite comparable in form and function. Let's take a look.
  • With Google's rebooted Android Wear 2.0 recently launching, we've now seen a few significant Wear smartwatch launches, for the first time in over a year. Let's see how two of those watches, the Huawei Watch 2 and LG Watch Sport, compare.
  • The Huawei Watch 2 represents a big, sporty departure from its more traditional-looking predecessor. In terms of specs, it compares favorably to the Apple Watch Series 2, though the two makers' approaches are quite different. Let's take a look.
  • Huawei's first smartwatch – simply called the Huawei Watch – was one of our favorites in the first-wave crop of smart wrist wearables. Let's examine how the second generation Huawei Watch 2 compares to the first.
  • Huawei's press event at Mobile World Congress just finished, and among the new hardware it had to show off was the Huawei Watch 2, featuring a bunch of standalone connectivity options and Android Wear 2.0. New Atlas was in Barcelona to take a look.