Supports android and iOS
Display: 1.39” AMOLED (454×454 pixels) in 46mm model and 1.2” (390×390 pixels) in 42mm model
Chipset: Kirin A1
Internal storage: 4GB
Weight: 41g (46mm model) and 29g (42mm model)
Water resistance: up to 50m
Sensors: accelerometer, pressure, light meter, oxygen saturation sensor (in some models), heart rate and gyroscope
The Magic Watch 2 has a high-quality and beautiful body, and the screen brightness and display quality are good. The most important feature of this smart watch is the battery charge of up to 14 days in the 46 mm model, but the smaller model lasts up to 7 days on a single charge. Battery life is good but the user interface lacks the desired speed.
Other features include GPS, automatic sleep monitoring, Bluetooth call capability (only in the 46mm model) and a blood oxygen saturation sensor. On the other hand, unfortunately, the Honor platform has its limitations and you are not able to install third-party apps. The Huawei Watch GT2 is similar in design, hardware and software, and in fact everything is similar to this smart watch, but it is sold at a higher price.
Good battery life
Talking capability in 46mm model
Limited OS with few customizations
Limited watch faces
Not supporting third-party apps