At a virtual event today, Huawei introduced the Watch GT 2e, a lower-cost alternative to the Watch GT 2 that's meant to be sportier. And of course, like all of the Watch GT series, this device gets up to two weeks of battery life. That's because it uses Huawei's in-house LiteOS, rather than something like Google's Wear OS.
The Shenzhen company also added a blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitor tool to the device. And as you'd expect, it has all of the fitness tracking features that you'd expect from a sporty smartwatch.
There's a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, and enough storage to store up to 500 MP3 songs. It does support music playback, but the songs do need to be locally stored. There are also new colors, like the Mint Green and Lava Red variants that you see in the image above.
The Watch GT 2 is also coming in some new flavors. The 42mm variant comes in a Champagne Gold casing, with Frosty White and Chestnut Red straps.
The Watch GT 2e will be available in April for €199. While the Champagne Gold Watch GT 2 will run you €229 for the Frosty White strap and €249 for the Chestnut Red one.