Alongside the new Honor Magic 2 smartphone, the Chinese tech company also unveiled their new smartwatch.
The aptly named Honor Watch Magic is essentially a more toned-down and budget-friendly counterpart of the wearable from Honor’s parent company, the Huawei Watch GT.
It boasts a circular design, a more watch-like look that other big brands should really start to adopt. There’s a 1.2-inch AMOLED screen on the front with ~326 pixels-per-inch, and an in-house interface from Honor’s Light OS platform
For a quick rundown of the specs, what we’re dealing here is an ARM M4 processor, with 16MB of RAM and 128MB of storage. It has built-in GPS and connects to your Android or iOS device via Bluetooth 4.2, and NFC for Huawei Pay support.
The Honor Watch Magic also has a 178mAh battery, which Honor claims can last for a week.
Other than the GPS, the watch has a heart rate sensor, and is waterproof for up to 5-meters of submersion, making it perfect for any workout that you’re in to. The software can also track different kinds of exercise to keep your progress recorded.
You can partner the watch with either a sporty sweatproof band, a more elegant leather strap, or purchase any of the many QuickFit straps. The Huawei Watch Magic is now available in China for only CNY899 (~Php6,900).