Thursday, June 7, 2018

You Can Now Make calls from Your Wrist with Huawei Watch 2 2018

You remember the last year (2017) Huawei Watch 2 smart watch beast? The 2018 version is here. You what? These time it comes with some new cool added features and you know it would be a bit more expensive.

I personally would love to test this new version because the eSIM feature that comes with. The design is untouched, and the eSIM support is the significant upgrade being made compared to the nanoSIM that the predecessor offered. I can't imagine how fun it will be making calls from my wrist.

The eSIM allows the watch and smartphone to share the user's same number, meaning that you can use the device independent of your smartphone and make calls, receive texts and, well, whatever else you would normally do with your phone. This follows the lead of the Apple Watch, for example, which also lets users break free from their smartphone and go it alone from the wrist. You will now be allowed to break free from my phone when and jugging.

Every other thing when it comes to the specs is a familiar story, just like its predecessor. The Watch 2 2018 will come packing a 1.2-inch, 390 x 390 circular AMOLED display, with Corning's Gorilla Glass 3 protection on top of it. A Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor that is providing the power under the hood, can also provide contactless payments through the built-in NFC chip.

The watch would be a good fit for gym workout and exercise as it can track workouts through GPS, has a heart rate monitor, gyroscope, compass and barometer. The eSIM support may be the headline change here, but there are also two new sensors on board. A capacitance sensor could hint at insights surrounding humidity and the Geomagnetic sensor should mean an improvement in its tracking abilities when you're out in the great outdoors.
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