When you think your smartwatch is good, wait until you get a good look at Huawei’s newest product. The Huawei Band 2 Pro is definitely slim, and it’s definitely stylish. However, Huawei doesn’t fail to give us quite the interesting set of features for a definitive smartwatch must have for enthusiasts and newcomers alike.

Huawei’s Ace in the Smartwatch Race
The Band 2 Pro is certainly carrying signature Huawei aesthetics and features. It certainly tries to separate itself from its other smartwatch peers via a sleeker, more “straightforward” appearance, and it works. Its playful light bands contrasts the metallic smartwatch core, and it’s extremely efficient.

The Pros:
Aside from its numerous features, the Huawei Band 2 Pro sports quite a streamlined look. This separates it from much of its competitors who have been releasing smartwatches with quite the rather complex designs.

  • The Huawei Band 2 Pro also sports GPS built into its waterproof exterior. Despite its limited interface, it does provide you with simple enough navigational features to make it a companion smartwatch.
  • It even has the ability to monitor the oxygen levels in your blood, the ability to smart coach, and even track your sleep.
  • It also has a heart rate sensor located at the bottom part of the device.

Moreover, the slick and rather “chill” appearance of the smartwatch makes it a good addition to both running gear and office wear.

The silicon body is rather soft and latches well together, making it a comfortable choice for your wrist. Its portrait display makes it easier to read, versus other bands that stick with its horizontal interface.

The Cons:
Huawei is set to sell the Band 2 Pro for $69 which might be a bit steep for a smartwatch. Of course, those who want a simpler version of the smartwatch can get the Band 2, which has everything but the more complex features such as the oxygen level tracking, sleep tracking, and smart coaching.

Other users may also be keen to notice that the Band 2 Pro takes on the design features of most base entries of other companies into the venture.
The watch does have a striking resemblance to competition such as the Fitbit Alta HR or the Fitbit Charge 2.

The Huawei Band 2 Pro has a sleek design that complements its vast array of features. It may look simple at first glance and its features may look sparse, but it’s the optimal smartwatch for people on the go. It has both the look and the right specs to go with it.