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Huawei Watch GT 2e leaked: 14 days battery life for €200 (~US$215)

The Watch GT 2e has been spotted in three colours (Image source: WinFuture)
The Watch GT 2e has been spotted in three colours (Image source: WinFuture)
The Watch GT 2e has leaked online in all its 46 mm glory. Due to be unveiled alongside the Huawei P40 series, the GT 2e will feature a 1.39-inch AMOLED panel and a Kirin A1 SoC. The smartwatch comes with 16 MB of RAM, 4 GB of storage and a battery that Huawei promises will last up to 14 days between charges.
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Huawei plans to release more than just the P40 series this month. Due on March 26, the new flagships will be joined by a new smartwatch. While yet to be confirmed by Huawei, Roland Quandt of WinFuture has pulled some marketing pictures for the device.

Called the Watch GT 2e, the device will feature a 1.39-inch AMOLED panel, along with 16 MB of RAM and 4 GB of storage. Powering the GT 2e is a Kirin A1 and a 455 mAh battery. WinFuture reports that Huawei will make promises of the GT 2e lasting up to 14 days between charges, while it should take 90 minutes for a full charge.

The GT 2e will also support Bluetooth 5.1, along with devices running at least Android 4.4 KitKat or iOS 9.0. Codenamed the HCT-B19, the GT 2e will feature the usual suite of connectivity and sensors for a smartwatch, including GPS, a heart rate monitor a digital compass and a microphone. The GT 2e will be waterproof, too.   

WinFuture expects Huawei to price the GT 2e at around €200 (~US$215). The smartwatch has been spotted in Black, Red and Green, which Huawei is calling Graphite, Volcano and Mint.

(Image source: Huawei)
(Image source: Huawei)

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Alex Alderson, 2020-03-19 (Update: 2020-03-19)
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