Following the launch of the Watch Fit, Huawei has brought another one of its new wearable devices to Philippine shores. Welcome the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro.

Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro Launches in PH, Priced (3)Announced back in September, Watch GT 2 Pro boasts a case that’s made of Titanium and Sapphire Glass. It comes in Classic and Sport variants and sports an HD AMOLED display that measures 1.39-inches. Choose from 200+ watch faces to add a personal touch.

Watch GT 2 Pro - 3Being an intelligent fitness assistant, the device supports 100+ workout modes as well as offline navigation thanks to built-in GPS.

Watch GT 2 Pro - 5Health monitoring features include heart rate via TruSeen 4.0+, stress via Huawei TruRelax, sleep via Huawei TruSleep 2.0, SpO2, and VO2max. Huawei Share OneHop allows for easy and fast transfer of photos from your phone, to be used as your personalized watch face. (Do note that this feature requires EMUI 11)

Watch GT 2 Pro - 6

You can also use it as a remote shutter for your phone’s camera and as a music player by pairing it with compatible headphones. It can store up to 500 songs and lets you check messages and emails at a glance.

Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro Launches in PH, Priced (6)Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro supports wireless charging and boasts a two-week battery life – 30 hours with GPS enabled or 24 hours of music playback. Its quick charge feature also gives you up to 10 hours of use with just 5 minutes of charging. The device also supports reverse charging using a compatible Huawei smartphone.

Pricing and Pre-Order

Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro Launches in PH, Priced (19)Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro is priced at PhP11,999 and is up for pre-order from November 7 to November 12, 2020.

Promo Period Via Freebies
November 7 to 12 Lazada Freebuds 3i + Colorful Speaker
Huawei Online Store
November 13 to 19 Huawei Online Store Freebuds 3i
Huawei Concept Stores
Dealer Stores
November 20 to 26 Huawei Concept Stores Band 4e
Dealer Stores



Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.