It’s still a smartwatch, so there’s nothing radically different here than what we’d expect from a Huawei watch. It’s still a rounded design with thinner and likely lighter design than the original Huawei Watch GT, and you’ll be able to pick between sport and classic models depending on what aesthetic you’re after.
The battery capacity is expected to be increased for the GT2, and you’ll get a heart rate monitor, built-in GPS, a speaker, and a microphone. LTE might happen, but Huawei has reportedly not decided if that will be offered. There’s also a chance that this is the first smartwatch from Huawei that will be running their own HarmonyOS software, which opens up a ton of other discussion points.
We liked the original Huawei Watch GT a lot, so we’re expecting big things out of its successor.
source: Android Central