Anonymous, 04 Oct 2020My honor magic doesn't calculate resting calories burnt. Why is it so ?Me too. My watch cant detect resting heart rate
Anonymous, 26 Jan 2021I just installed the app and it worked. Strava?
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2020The battery life is a blatant lie the battery last not longer than 3-5days without the heart r... moreNonsense, I get at LEAST 7 days on mine with always on display enabled, heart and sleep tracking, etc.
My honor magic doesn't calculate resting calories burnt. Why is it so ?
The battery life is a blatant lie the battery last not longer than 3-5days without the heart rate monitoring on or anything else js notifications and a few calls
You forgot to say that the big model has speaker and microphone to receive and make calls and listen to music. The best smartwatch dwarfs easily any other samsung or apple model especially in terms of price/value.
Hi, for me, the sport performance of this watch is more important. Is it possible to sync to the strava app?
josmin, 13 Feb 2020can i make and attend callsYou can make and also answer and reject calls
Anass, 18 Feb 2020hey all, can we install apps on it ? No, no 3rd party apps can be installed
Does anyone have knows why my huawei gt2 count calories only when i have been activ? Is that ok or not? In all day i have (with runing together) 900-1000cal burned
Ivan-cro, 06 Apr 2020Yes, it's the same charger. Gt2 have larger battery.Thanx a lot.
Faisal Ahmed Khan, 03 Apr 2020Can I use same charger of Huawei Watch GT by Huawei GT 2 ? Yes, it's the same charger. Gt2 have larger battery.
Can I use same charger of Huawei Watch GT by Huawei GT 2 ?
Did you finally figure what the bezel is for? I am also searching for it.
I have huawei watch gt2 and the first thing I like most is battery, it lasts approximately 14 days. You can recive call and talk with it, get other notification. Watch is waterproof so you can swim with it. I really like the design of watch.
The watch really does what it's supposed to be. I agree there are certain downfalls but it comes with a good trade-off implementing the Firstbeat technology of 8 features that's about in the Garmin league. Garmin has an upper hand with their sensors and additional features like respiration, body battery and a few more. So the hardcore fitness freaks, runners mainly should think about it but for a guy like me just want those extra information with my day to day movements and working out 4 to 5 times a week. Not to forget the GT 2 is no less, its power packed with precision with a negligible error interms with the measurements and estimation. Heart rate need a minor fix, it spikes up to +20 bpm from the actual reading and gets it right within 2-4 seconds, especially when you climb stairs, it possibly could be the algorithm function causing it. This is in continous real time tracking which is basically 24/7, I think more the heart rate readings more accurate the calorie estimation would be since I move around a lot throughout the day. That's the trade off i was mentioning from point of view, also the UI stutters its much better and sensible if we could turn off the transition animation or it's to be made better and smoother. Speaker is pretty good for a watch, loud enough in a room. The mic picks up the voice well too, but might have to keep close when you're outdoors. Sensors work amazing, speaking of which I chose this over Versa 2 was this point. Sensors, they're darn good for the price point. If they develop their apps into making even more information for the users out of these sensors, it will be their selling point. They give accurate reading during the workout, even while swimming is what its claimed, so naturally sweating shouldnt be a problem tracking the heart rate during HIIT, steps are almost accurate, 'almost', in the world of fitness tracking is a careful term to use. I've noticed it always counted 2 -4 steps extra after a walk, be it a long/fast walk or a short walk or even moving the slightest distance. Which is very much okay compared to Versa 2. The calorie estimation is based on your Heart rate and movements throughout the day. It's not based of BMR(look it up if unaware). Design is NEAT. It fits very well, quality is needless to mention its Huawei. In terms of a smartwatch it's not there fully yet, I mean it can have some improvements just put in a calendar, or something essentials like that. So. Theyve put in some nice hardware into this thing, itll be really nice to see what they can come up with their App and firmware.
Finally, it just has about everything it need in a fitness tracker /smartwatch/fitnesswatch? It'd give it an 8 on 10.