Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro Porsche design edition

Today, Huawei’s official Weibo channel released a promo video. In the video, it says ‘see you on October 22 for the Porsche version of the Watch GT2.’

In September, TechGarageNews said that Huawei will launch a Porsche design version of the Watch GT2 Pro. It was revealed that the Huawei Watch GT2 Pro Porsche Design Edition has the same design as the regular Watch GT 2 Pro. But there is one difference – this variant comes with a metal strap. When starting the device, the Porsche Design logo will appear on the home screen.

As you know, the original GT 2 Pro is already out. The HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro still uses a round dial with a 1.39-inch OLED panel. But it has a new sapphire glass mirror design, which is harder and more wear-resistant.

Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro Porsche design edition

The watch also uses the titanium metal material that is common in the high-precision field. In fact, this reduces the watch weight but also enhances wear resistance, and reduces bump damage. At the same time, there is a precision ceramic back shell, which is waterproof, and can resist high temperature, and doesn’t fear scratches.

The dial design adds moon phases, astrology, and tide divisions. It can display sunrise and sunset times every day, and supports 8 moon phases. The watch can also display tide changes in real-time.

As for the functions and key features, the watch supports two new professional sports modes: skiing and golf driving range. But there are more than 100 sports modes. Under the hood, we can find a 32MB memory, a 4GB storage, and the watch supports Bluetooth 5.1, GPS, 50-meter waterproof, etc.

The Huawei Mate 40 series global conference is scheduled to be held at 14:00 on October 22. At that time, the Huawei WATCH GT2 Pro will be unveiled alongside the Huawei Mate 40 smartphone, Huawei’s first headset FreeBuds Studio, and many other products.

Argam Artashyan

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