Last year, the Huawei Watch GT made its debut last October with the Mate 20 series, and it looks like the Chinese manufacturer is going to follow suit with its successor.
Unless announced at the IFA show this week, the new Huawei Watch GT 2 is set to be officially unveiled along with the Mate 30 series of smartphones on September 19.
Thanks to the Winfuture.de website, however, we have the opportunity to see official digitally processed images of Huawei’s new wearable that will succeed the well-known and successful Watch GT. Compared to its predecessor, the new Watch GT 2 features a smaller wreath – which may mean it has a larger screen. Also, although it is thinner and thinner, it will have a larger capacity battery (445mAh instead of 420mAh). The device appears to have a speaker and microphone, so that its user will be able to answer or make calls from the device – an LTE connectivity version may also be announced.