Now we come to the slightly more complicated part of the question, or rather, to the one that needs a bit more attention from the buyer: the evaluation of the technical characteristics of a smartwatch or a smart band. The display is the component that, together with the strap, immediately catches the eye in a wearable device. In smartwatches, it can be square or round in shape while in smart bands, and consequently also in huawei uk TalkBands, it is almost always capsule-shaped. Huawei for its smartwatches has opted for circular displays which, although they offer a little less space for content than square ones, guarantee the watch a much more refined appearance and are in line with that of standard watches.
As for the technology used in the displays, Huawei has decided to rely almost entirely on AMOLED panels that ensure very deep blacks (as the pixels are not backlit and the black ones are completely off) and guarantee very limited energy consumption, to the point that some smartwatch models support a mode called always-on that allows you to constantly view the time and others information on the watch screen without this drastically reducing its autonomy.
For the rest, all the specifications that are taken into consideration when evaluating the screen of a tablet, smartphone, or any other device must be taken into consideration, namely the resolution (i.e. the number of pixels that make up the image reproduced on the screen.) and the pixel density, which is measured in PPI (dots per inch) and helps to understand the degree of sharpness of the content displayed on the display (the higher the value, the sharper the on-screen content). Finally, it is worth checking the presence of the brightness sensor, thanks to which the smartwatch can “notice” the degree of brightness of the surrounding environment and adjust, based on that, the brightness of the screen.
Just like in computers, smartphones, and tablets, processors and RAM also play a fundamental role in the performance of the device in smartwatches. The processor, as you may already know, is a bit like the brain of the device (in this case of the smartwatch), it takes care of all the calculations and its power affects the general speed of the product. Its power is calculated based on the number of work units it possesses (the so-called cores) and the operating frequency of the latter, which is expressed in GHz. The RAM is the memory in which the data of the apps and processes in use are temporarily hosted: the more there is, the more easily the smartwatch manages to juggle the execution of the various apps.
It is the memory where the data, apps, and operating system of the watch are stored. Many smartwatches offer a few GB of free space to accommodate music (so you can listen to it via Bluetooth headphones without carrying your smartphone). Others, but not the case with Huawei smartwatches, offer a microSD slot for even more storage.
In conclusion, we think that the company has attempted to make the Huawei Watch GT 2e much more sporty by enhancing everything that has to do with training and sports profiles on the device. The GT 2, on the other hand, is considerably more focused on smartwatch features and is intended for those who are interested in more technical aspects than the GT 1. The battery of the Huawei Watch GT 2e offers excellent performance, taking into consideration the large number of sensors it is equipped with and its powerful AMOLED screen.