"You may actually wear the Huawei Watch 2"
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You may actually wear the Huawei Watch 2
If you're keen to try a smart watch but not happy about charging it every day, then Huawei's the watch to maybe for you.
It's a smart watch that runs the latest Android wear 2.0 software, so expect the same integration with your smart phone for all of your incoming notifications and for making calls.
When using it as a regular smart watch, it'll get about two days of battery life But it has a mode only displays the time and your steps.
The four-way says you'll get around 25 days of use from a single charge.
I think it's quite the attractive watch with its sporty rubber band.
It's pretty chunky, but part of the reason is that it has a SIM card tray, letting it connect to 4G networks for music streaming on the move.
The buttons on the sides bring up the Google Assistant and let you move through menus.
But most of your navigation will be done with the 1.4 inch touchscreen.
As with all Android Wear watches, you can change the look of the interface and Huawei Watch 2 is water resistant, so don't worry about getting caught in the rain.
It's due to go on sale globally in March and should cost under 300 pounds.
Keep your eye on CNET for more.
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