Honor has officially unveiled its Magic Watch 2 at an event in Beijing, China. The Magic Watch 2 comes in two sizes – 46mm and 42mm – and offers GPS, heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking and a virtual pace-setter.
“Honor Magic Watch 2 is another strong product that helps to achieve the 1+8+N IoT strategy,” said George Zhao, President of Honor. “Honor Magic Watch 2 marks Honor’s another big step in the brand’s own ecosystem integration of connected smart products as well as the global wearable market. The Honor Magic Watch 2 cements our forward-thinking in smartwatch design and development of wearable products. Whether you are out for fitness training or work, Honor Magic Watch 2 will keep you at your optimal performance inside and out.”
The Honor Magic Watch 2 has a slimmer build than the first device, with small crowns. The watch supports 15 goal-based fitness modes including 8 outdoor and 7 indoor sports, from outdoor modes like running, hiking, cycling and triathlons to indoor pool swimming, free training and rowing machine etc., said a press release.
The smartwatch is also supported by 13 professional indoor and outdoor running courses from beginner to advanced levels. Whether you’re just starting out or already an experienced runner, Honor Magic Watch 2 is able to offer perfect courses and motivation to go further. The Magic Watch 2 is also packed with a virtual pace-setter with real-time actionable advice to help enhance workout efforts at the runner’s pace.
Equipped with Huawei TruSleep 2.0 technology, the Honor Magic Watch 2 can precisely track and diagnose 6 common types of sleep disorders and provide over 200 corresponding suggestions tailored to the user’s sleeping habit to improve sleep quality. The watch can also detect stress level and provide suggested breathing exercises to help you to get some peace of mind with the support of Huawei TruRelax technology.
The smartwatch uses Huawei’s TruSeen, to track your heart rate 24/7 and send an alert when it goes above or below normal levels. With water resistance up to 50 meters, the Magic Watch 2 also performs well underwater to monitor the user’s heart rate and record SWOLF score, distance, speed and burned calories. All personal health data can be synced to smartphone pre-installed the Huawei Health app, which helps users to keep records and learn better about themselves.
The price for the Honor Magic Watch 2 starts at $197 for the 42mm size and $208 for the 46mm size.