Google showed one of his bets to the ecosystem of the iPhone with the presentation of Android Wear 2, the new version of the operating system for smartwatch that thanks to the new features included promises to be one rival more than decent Apple Watch, for the time being the undisputed king of the smartwatches. What is missing now is that manufacturers see it also as an opportunity that should not miss, and Huawei has been one of the first to show their cards with the new Huawei Watch 2, a smartwatch with a sporty design that includes everything you need to convince iPhone users.
The new Huawei Watch 2 includes heart rate, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC sensor to carry out payments through Android Pay, one of the new features of Android 2.0 Wear. But this does not stop there, because you have a version 4 G with SIM card slot that will work with any operator in the world, and will also be compatible with eSIM in those places where it is available. This connectivity itself will be the main factor differed regarding the Apple Watch and one of its main advantages to compete with Apple clock. The specifications are completed with a range of up to 2 days depending on the Chinese brand, with which we can even monitor sleep without problems by not having to charge it every night.
The watch will be available from March in Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, Germany and China, subsequently reaching other markets such as United Kingdom, United States, Ireland, Switzerland its price will vary depending on the model you choose, taking the sport model without 4 G €329 and £ 379 4 G connectivity model, very competitive prices taking into account their performance. Model there is also a m “Classic” Porsche Design with steel case for €399. As a user of Apple Watch from the moment of its release I am absolutely convinced that with Android 2.0 Wear and the possibility of installing applications directly from the Google Store Play, one of the huge limitations of previous generations of clocks Android, these new models going to be popping on the market will begin to struggle hard with Apple clock.