Watch GT 2 Pro and Watch Fit are two of the latest smartwatches from Huawei, while the GT 2 Pro succeeds GT 2 that was released last year, Watch Fit looks more like a successor to Huawei Fit. Each of these two is fitness-focused and well equipped to track your daily activities, and as well have decent designs and can help you stay connected to all that matters to you. Each of these two also has a long battery life that lets you go long from a single charge while also featuring music storage. However, GT 2 Pro is a superior smartwatch with sophisticated aesthetics, longer battery life, more fitness tracking features, and also features Bluetooth calling thanks to its microphone and loudspeaker. This post compares the design and features of Huawei Watch Fit vs Watch GT 2 Pro so you know the differences.
Huawei Watch Fit vs Watch GT 2 Pro Full Specifications Compared
|Huawei Watch Fit||Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro|
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|Device name||Huawei Watch Fit||Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro|
|Device type||Sport/Fitness smartwatch||Classic/Fitness/Sport smartwatch|
|Predessesor||Huawei Fit||Huawei Watch GT 2|
|Released date||August, 2020||September, 2020|
|Display size||1.64 inches||1.39 inch|
|Display resolution||280 x 456 pixels||454 x 454 pixels|
|Pixel density||326 ppi||326 ppi|
1 physical button
2 physical buttons
|Customizable watch face||Yes||Yes|
|Dimension||46 Ã— 30 Ã— 10.7 mm||46.7 x 46.7 x 11.4mm|
|Weight||21g (excluding strap)||53g (excluding strap)|
|Casing material||Aluminum||Titanium/ceramic back|
|Strap/band material||Silicone||Fluoroelastomer or Leather|
|Interchangeable band||Yes, 20mm||Yes, 22mm|
|Screen protection||Corning Gorilla glass||Sapphire Glass|
|Water resistant/Protection||Yes, 5ATM||Yes, 5ATM|
|Swim-proof||Yes, recommended||Yes, recommended|
|Memory card slot||No||No|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth smart v5.0 LE||Bluetooth smart v5.1 LE|
|Heart rate monitoring||Yes||Yes|
|Menstrual cycle tracking||No||Yes|
|Under-water heart rate tracking||Yes||Yes|
|On-screen workout modes||Yes||Yes|
|Preloaded sport modes||Yes, 96||Yes, 100+|
|Heart rate monitor (HRM)||Yes||Yes|
|Operating system (OS)||Huawei Lite OS||Huawei Lite OS|
|Chipset||Kirin A1||Kirin A1 + STL4R9|
|Type of battery||Non-removable Li-polymer battery||Non-removable Li-polymer battery|
|Battery life||Regular usage: up to 10 days|
Continuous GPS: up to 12 hours
|Regular: 14 days|
|Charging type||Charging dock||Charging dock|
|Charging time||About 1-2 hours||About 30 mins-1 hour|
|Battery saver mode||Yes||Yes|
|Compatibility||Android 5.0+ and iOS 9.0+||Android 4.4+ and iOS 9.0+|
|Companion app||Huawei Health app||Huawei Health app|
|Huawei Watch Fit||Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro|
|Charging cradle||Charging cradle|
|Quick start guide||Quick start guide|
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|Official Site||Official Site|
The difference between GT 2 Pro and Watch Fit is that the former has a more durable build, longer battery life, has Bluetooth calling with more activity tracking features.
- Activity Tracking Features – GT 2 Pro is a more comprehensive fitness tracker with ECG added
- Battery Life
Both smartwatches have nice and decent designs, however, GT 2 Pro has a more sophisticated design. It has a case made of titanium that extends to its bezel, while the screen is protected by sapphire glass material and the straps come in leather which are all shades of premium design. On the other hand, Watch Fit has an aluminum case paired with a silicone strap with Corning Gorilla glass covering the screen.
The Watch Fit weighs just 21g (excluding straps) compared to 52g (excluding straps) of the GT 2 Pro, so it’s very lightweight, although the GT 2 Pro isn’t heavy either.
Both smartwatches offer you lots of watch faces to choose from and are also rated 5ATM which makes any of these two safe to wear while swimming.
Like I mentioned earlier, each of these two is fitness-focused and capable of tracking your steps, calories, heart rate, sleep, and more. There is also inbuilt GPS in each of these two that allows you to track outdoor activities without having to carry your phone along. Other health tracking features include Spo2 blood oxygen measurement, menstrual cycle app, and can help you manage stress through the stress app.
However, GT 2 Pro is a more comprehensive fitness smartwatch than the lower-end Watch Fit. It features route back navigation – a feature that makes it a better smartwatch for outdoor activities as these can help you find your way back home. It also features more sports modes of 100+ compared to 96 of Watch Fit with skiing and snowboarding also present. There’s news of the ECG version of the GT 2 Pro, but it’s only available in China for now.
On the other hand, Watch Fit features animated sport modes which can help you save money on subscriptions.
Both Watch Fit and GT 2 Pro feature music storage on watch, thanks to the 4GB storage capacity of each of these two. However, GT 2 Pro has a microphone and loudspeaker that allows you to make and receive calls directly from the watch when the connected phone is nearby.
The GT 2 Pro also has a longer battery life than Watch Fit, it’s tested to last up to 14 days while you can get up to 10 days with Watch Fit. In other words, it lets you go longer from a single charge.
Which is Better?
Clearly, GT 2 Pro is a better and more comprehensive smartwatch than Watch Fit. It has a premium build that is more attractive and durable, it also has a microphone, loudspeaker, longer battery life with more health tracking features.
Although, Watch Fit is cheaper, yet a fantastic smartwatch that is equipped to help you stay fit and reach more fitness goals, and keep you connected to important updates with a long battery life that lets you go long from a single charge.
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