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Huawei Watch GT Active and GT Elegant smartwatches may launch alongside P30 series

11 March 2019 2

Huawei is reportedly having two smartwatches to launch and if the newly surfaced report is to be believed they will get launched alongside the P30 series on March 26 in Paris. Courtesy of German website WinFuture, the look of one of the smartwatches has been leaked. According to the leak, the name of the two smartwatches is Huawei Watch GT Active and the Watch GT Elegant. Going by what has been provided in the leak, the Watch GT Active looks quite similar to the Watch GT smartwatch that the company launched last year.

The look of the other smartwatch which is the Watch GT Elegant is unknown for now but the site claims it will be offered in the colors white and black. The site has also thrown light on the prices of both the smartwatches. According to which, the Active model is expected to be launched for EUR 249 and the Elegant version at EUR 229. Also, the two upcoming wearable devices are rumored to run the company's proprietary Light OS.

Talking about the Watch GT Active, the image shows no visual change between the already available Watch GT and the yet-to-come Active version. However, there seems to be a revision of the keys on the edge of the watch. It will be offered in Dark green and Orange color options.

The site tells that either Watch GT Active or the Watch GT Elegant will come up with the same 1.39-inch OLED display. There’s going to be a lithium-polymer battery in place of the lithium-on one but the amount of capacity is unknown.

The launch of the Huawei P30 series isn’t far where we also expect to learn more about these smartwatches. So stay tuned.



Huawei Watch GT Active and GT Elegant smartwatches may launch alongside P30 series
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Almost similar looking Watch GT and Watch GT Active. But I'd be definitely happy to see both placed next to each other to see the difference in the keys on the watch's edges.


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