Huawei Watch FIT 2: European pricing and specifications of upcoming smartwatch leak in three styles with a larger display and a bigger battery than its predecessor
Roland Quandt and WinFuture have leaked the Watch FIT 2, successor to 2020's Watch FIT. For reference, Huawei announced the Watch FIT Mini in October 2021, which has a 1.47-inch display. In comparison, the Watch FIT relies on a 1.64-inch display, which is also a higher resolution panel than the Watch FIT Mini has.
According to Quandt and WinFuture, this year's Watch FIT will scale up to 1.74-inches. Additionally, the Watch FIT 2 is expected to operate at 336 x 480 pixels, a minor improvement on the 280 x 456-pixel panel that the original Watch FIT has. Unsurprisingly, the Watch FIT 2 will run HarmonyOS 2.0, Huawei's in-house operating system.
Moreover, the Watch FIT 2 will launch with over 100 workout modes, along with support for blood oxygen saturation, sleep quality and stress level monitoring. Purportedly, the Watch FIT 2 has a GPS module too, a feature of the original Watch FIT. Quandt and WinFuture add that the Watch FIT 2 will support Bluetooth 5.2 as well, while a 292 mAh battery should provide up to 10 days of battery life.
Reputedly, Huawei will price the Watch FIT 2 at approximately €150 when it launches in Europe. A release date has not leaked yet, but Huawei has already announced a global hardware launch event, scheduled for May 18. As the leaked marketing images show, the Watch FIT 2 will be available in three styles in called 'Active', 'Classic' and 'Elite'.