Huawei is reportedly working on two more smartwatches. Dubbed Watch GT Active and Watch GT Elegant, both are said to run the company’s own Lite OS.
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The information comes from German site WinFuture. The above image is the first glimpse of the two devices.
The watches are essentially new models of Watch GT. Unfortunately, apart from the single image there is little info on specs. The only thing that is known is that the timepieces will have the identical 1.39-inch screen as the regular Watch GT watch, but with different bezel designs
Released back in October Watch GT is essentially a fitness tracker disguised as a smartwatch. Its stripped back software allows for two weeks of battery life between charges, and an impressive 22 hours with GPS switched on. With heart rate monitoring switched off it will keep ticking for a full month.
The upcoming Watch GT Active model will reportedly cost 249 euros (around $280) while Elegant be priced at 229 euros (around $260). The fact that both will cost more than Watch GT suggests they will have better specs.
In addition to the smartwatches, Huawei is also working on new fitness devices. This is indicated by a number of applications filed recently with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The trademark applications include monikers such as FreePace, FreeGo, FreeStudio, FreeTrack, FreeForm, FreeBand, FreeStep and more.
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