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The announcement of the LG Watch Sport marks the first time that we see Google’s Android Wear 2.0 update in action, although we have to say that the hardware present inside the Watch Sport might not be able to keep up with the multitude of features that you’re getting in return in Android Wear 2.0, including the addition of Google Assistant. Hopefully, the upcoming Huawei Watch 2 might not disappoint in the hardware area and for all you guys waiting for this smartwatch to be a piece of beauty, we’re expecting the same thing because looking at its predecessor, you guys should also be anticipating an aesthetics upgrade.
According to Huawei’s CEO, the Watch 2 is going to be making an appearance at the MWC 2017 show and one of the biggest differences that will separate modern-day timepieces from the Huawei Watch 2 will be the battery capacity. Thanks to lack of technological development in the battery sector, you’re still going to be getting the same lithium ion cells inside the Huawei Watch 2, but the CEO claims that the wearable will be bearing a massive 1,000mAh battery.
That capacity is much larger compared to the batteries that you see on different smartwatches, meaning that it might also add to the weight and bulk of the timepiece, making it an uncomfortable experience for the wearer. However, consumers will have to make a trade-off, because if Huawei Watch 2 is running Android Wear 2.0, which we’re guessing it will because it honestly does not have a lot of options to choose from, battery life for the wearer is going to be extremely critical to that experience and a little bulk is not going to hurt anyone.
The pricing of the wearable hasn’t been announced so those details will most definitely be unveiled at the MWC show. For those reading, we hope that the Huawei Watch 2 is every bit as attractive as the original and give you more in return too.