Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro leaked with a new design, Qi wireless charging, GPS and a SpO2 sensor
The first renders of the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro have been published online. The renders seemingly originate from Huawei Ailesi, a Turkish website dedicated to Huawei news. From what we can see, the Watch GT 2 Pro will be a minor visual refresh on last year's Watch GT 2. Huawei has filled in the space between the lugs, for example, while the screen no longer looks to be flush with the main watch body. Instead, there is a slightly raised lip that accentuates the screen somewhat.
The physical tachymeter has gone too, although there will be the option of enabling a digital one via the smartwatch's pre-installed watch faces. The two buttons from the Watch GT 2 return, though.
Additionally, Huawei Ailesi has revealed that Huawei will release Classic and Sport editions of the Watch GT 2 Pro. A titanium model also appears to be on the cards, matching Samsung and the Galaxy Watch 3. According to regulatory documents, the Watch GT 2 Pro will have a 455 mAh battery that will charge wirelessly. However, one renders describes the smartwatch as having two weeks of battery life, so its charger may get a little dusty between charges. Another render shows the Watch GT 2 Pro using a P40 Pro+ as a charger, so it would seem that the smartwatch will support the Qi wireless charging standard.
Huawei Ailesi adds that the Watch GT 2 Pro will have a SpO2 sensor, 5 ATM water-resistance, more than 100 exercise modes, GPS and a built-in speaker. Huawei Ailesi did not share any prices of release dates for the Watch GT 2 Pro, but Huawei is expected to unveil the smartwatch in September.