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Huawei Watch Fit vs Watch GT 2 Pro video review: Budget lifestyle or affordable luxury?

By Zachary Chan - 21 Feb 2021

Watch Fit vs Watch GT 2 Pro

Note: This feature was first published on 15 Feb 2021.

Towards the end of 2020, Huawei launched their best products yet, from headphones to smartwatches. The Watch GT 2 family continued to expand with the introduction of a premium tier called the Watch GT 2 Pro. At first glance, this looks just like the standard Watch GT 2 with a titanium body and sapphire glass, but on closer inspection, it actually comes with an improved heart-rate monitor sensor array dubbed TrueSeen 4.0+ and a hidden third-party app support feature on the watch itself.

The Huawei Watch Fit on the other hand, looks like a larger Huawei Band that crossed the barrier of fitness band into smartwatch category. Its huge 1.64-inch AMOLED display successfully hides the fact that the Watch Fit is a fully plastic, entry-level smartwatch. And yet, Huawei has managed to put in as much fitness tracking technology as their best smartwatches. This includes new generation TrueSeen 4.0 sensors, which makes the Watch Fit technically superior to the previous Watch GT 2 family of devices except for the new Watch GT 2 Pro. Which Watch does Zach like more? Check out his full video review below:


Ratings breakdown
  Design Features User-friendliness Performance Value Overall

Huawei Watch
Fit
8.0 7.5 8.0 7.5 8.5 Click to view the pros and cons.

Huawei Watch
GT 2 Pro
8.0 8.5 8.0 8.5 9.0

 

Click to view the pros and cons.

 

You can buy both the Huawei Watch Fit ($148) and Watch GT 2 Pro ($398) at Huawei's Lazada (Watch Fit, GT 2 Pro) and Shopee (Watch Fit, GT 2 Pro) flagship stores, as well as most online retail stores such as:-

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