Apparently, the Honor Watch will be announced on October 31 as well, but before you get too excited, let us clarify some things. The Honor Watch is likely to be just a rebranded version of the Huawei Watch GT, the smartwatch that’s been recently revealed alongside Huawei Mate 20 series.
The same happened with the Honor S1 smartwatch, which was globally released as Huawei Fit, so it’s not really a surprise that Huawei plans to do it again.
The official Honor Watch teaser poster published on Weibo shows a smartwatch that looks very much like the Huawei Watch GT, so that’s another reason we believe it will be a rebranded version of an already existing product.
Contrary to what we expected, the Watch GT doesn’t run Wear OS, but Huawei’s proprietary operating system that promises more battery life (14 days) among other things. Huawei Watch GT will be launched in Europe for €200, but the Chinese price for the Honor Watch will surely be lower.
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