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    Huawei Watch GT2 Review


    These days, many smartwatches try to stand out from the crowd of traditional wristwatches. Some achieve this by using rectangular displays and others rely on thin bezels coupled with unique watch faces, but Huawei’s Watch GT 2 does neither.

    The Android side of the smartwatch market is quite a mess at the moment. Samsung has created a range of Tizen-powered wearables that cram in as many features as possible but fail to provide a totally seamless experience. Fitbit, on the other hand, has focused on health and fitness but dropped the ball in other areas. And then there’s the lineup of Wear OS products which, in general, aren’t the best.This, along with the poor battery life which is usually associated with wearables, is why Huawei took a slightly different approach to the smartwatch segment last year. As it turns ...