Huawei Watch: Usability
Huawei Watch interface is easy to use and very fluid. The vibration that warns us of the notifications and of the calls is good, is felt but certainly doesn’t make us jump on the couch!
One of the most intriguing features of the device, really eagerly awaited especially by those who bought the smartwatch before it was released update special, is the ability to make calls directly from the device. In that regard, it must be said that the quality is really good.
Bluetooth can also be used to connect wireless headphones to listen to music stored in storage and Google Play music without having to carry your smartphone.
Pre-installed applications on Huawei Watch
- Google Search
- Phone Finder
- Google Fit
- Google Maps
- Play Music
The device is supplied complete with some applications, naturally this is basic apps, like “weather” or “Alarm”, however nothing forbids us to download from the comfort of Play Store everything we need.
Huawei Watch: Technical Specifications
- 1.4-inch AMOLED display, resolution 400 x 400 pixel (286 PPI) – 10,000:1 Contrast
- 400 to 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor
- 512 MB RAM
- 4 GB internal memory
- Dimensions: diameter 42 mm dial – 11.3 mm case thickness
- Cold forged stainless steel case version available
- Strap 18 mm
- BLE 4.1 Bluetooth, WiFi
- 6-axis motion sensor (gyroscope + Accelerometer)
- Heart rate sensor (PPG)
- Barometer, Vibration
- Battery 300 mAh
Huawei Watch: Conclusions
The smartwatch Huawei is promoted with flying colors. The Chinese company has wanted to debut on the market of the smartwatch with a great product that does aesthetics and undeniable quality materials its highlight.
Although the battery is only 300 mAh does its duty. The display is another noteworthy, circular and aesthetically very appealing, has avery good visibility and an equally good brightness, colors are vivid and it is a pleasure to watch them.
The hardware sector in General is quite satisfactory and proved to be a good combination for the company. The device, however, is not completely unblemished. In fact, the absence of GPS can be considered a flaw, for a medium/high end device with these premises.
Also as regards physical performance monitoring is inaccurate, at least according to expectations, is there anyway to consider that we are talking of a smartwatch refined that appears designed more for a business meeting or a cross country, so if we wanted to use it specifically how Activity Tracker for our sports activities probably would well prefer a smartband designed specifically for this type of monitoring.
Except for these “flaws”, however, the Huawei Watch is a good choice and it appears the winner on many Android devices.
If you’re looking for one that will allow you to be refined, elegant smartwatch but also technologically advanced, this smartwatch is for you.
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