Huawei's Watch 2 has launched for the Indian market, bringing Android Wear 2.0 and 4G with it. The wearable was first introduced by Huawei, a Chinese company, during MWC. It offers a 1.2-inch round AMOLED 390 x 390 display, a Corning Gorilla glass display, and an IP68-rated design meant to minimize the effect of water and dust.
Because the highest-end version has its own cellular abilities, you can use the wearable to take/receive calls and messages without having your phone on hand.
It has fitness-centric sensors that enable tracking of distance, speed, steps, heart rate, and your estimated calories burned.
Three versions are reaching India: Sports (Bluetooth) for Rs 20,999, Classic (Bluetooth) for Rs 25,999, and Sports (4G) for Rs 29,999. The latter two will be sold online and offline, while only Amazon India will offer the Sports (Blueooth) model.