HUAWEI Partners With Porsche Design On A Cutting-Edge Titanium Smartwatch

Oct 26, 2020

Category: Tech

In recent years Porsche Design has partnered with various tech outfits to deliver cutting-edge electronics backed by Porsche’s top-notch industrial designs using ultra-high-end materials. And after previously collaborating with HUAWEI on a smartphone, Porsche Design has once again joined forces with the Chinese multinational tech firm to deliver a new premium smartwatch.

Called the “GT 2,” the digital timepiece is built around a 46.7mm titanium watch case that comes paired with a matching titanium, quick-release bracelet with a butterfly deployment buckle and a unique spring-loaded band link system that allows its size to be adjusted without the use of tools. Equipped with a 1.39″ FHD touchscreen, the GT 2 also boasts Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, 32MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, a powerful Kirin A1 processor, and a 14-day battery that’s reverse charging compatible with HUAWEI smartphones. The watch offers data tracking for more than 100 workout modes, with the ability to track speed, distance, and slope, plus an advanced AI algorithm lets it do things like analyzing a golfer’s swing and posture to help improve technique. There’s also onboard GPS, sleep, stress, and blood oxygen saturation monitoring, and heart rate detection, among a myriad of other metrics. For more information, you can check out the full press release linked below.

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