Huawei Kirin A139s own chip provides Watch GT 2 with

Intelligent wearable devices are considered the most promising products after smartphones. But unsatisfactory battery life nullifies their virtues, repelling most consumers.

Huawei continues to improve its smartwatch. In an effort to produce innovative products, the company took care of solving the problem of the short battery life of this type of device. On October 24, an event in Munich announced the start of sales of the Huawei Watch GT 2.

Compared to its predecessor, this watch has a long battery life thanks to the Kirin A1 chip system developed by the company itself. The chip uses a heterogeneous design with a high degree of integration and provides ultra-low power consumption.