Looking and testing the Huawei Watch, you would marvel at how it looks on your wrist. However, the specs may not be on par to beat its competitors. Still, it is still a smartwatch that you would actually want to wear outside.
The Huawei Watch Does Have Its Flaws, But You Would Still Want to Wear It
One thing that the Huawei Watch has is looks. It is the type of wearable tech that you would want to show, and brag, to your friends. It has a premium build and materials are durable to create a screen that can withstand punishment (to a degree) and looks really pretty at that. What’s even better is that the device is Android AND iOS compatible. So it doesn’t matter if you have an Android smartphone or an iPhone, you would have no problems connecting this device to your mobile phone.
This watch from Huawei is an anticipated wearable tech. With its circular screen, premium materials, and a battery-life that is quite good, then you will know that if you get this smartwatch, every penny is well spent.
The Huawei Smartwatch is part of the third generation of Android Wear devices that was released soon after the Apple Watch. It has a few neat tricks up its sleeve that may even be reminiscent to its Apple counterpart. In truth, the operating system on this device is even more powerful than what the Apple watch OS 2 can dish out in more ways than one.
The watch’s face is a fully circular AMOLED display that measures 1.4-inches in diameter. This makes it slightly larger than the LG G Watch Urbane. It is also slightly larger than the 42-millimeter Moto 360 but smaller than 46-millimeter Moto 360.
Resolution does not fail to impress as it the digits counts to 400 by 400 pixels for the display. This gives a pixel density of 286ppi, which is also on par with the Apple Watch’s retina display. For comparison purposes, the Apple Watch has 290ppi of pixel density, or 302ppi on the 42-millimeter Apple wearable tech.
Those extra pixels really stand out, especially when you place Huawei’s contender with other smartwatches that are powered by Google. Compared to the Moto 360, and even the LG G Watch Urbane, Huawei really did a number to the display to make it sharper and clearer.
However, there are some caveats for the Huawei Watch and the first one is its expensive price tag. To get this pretty thing and bring it home, the premium materials call for a premium price. Also, the watch only comes in one size. But when you try it out and it does fit perfectly, then don’t hesitate to pull your wallet out of your pocket to get this beautiful thing to wrap around your wrist.