An upgrade of the Huawei Watch GT released last year, it comes in two series, 42mm and 46mm, both with an AMOLED display and a pixel resolution respectively of 390×390 HD and 454×454 HD.
The smaller version has a screen that curves all the way to the edge, while the larger one has a thick bezel with the hours engraved around it.
Huawei has chosen the Watch GT2 to be its first wearable powered by its Kirin A1 processor.
With the new chip, the battery runs for up to two weeks in the larger version and one week in the smaller one.
The watches are also equipped with a fitness tracker, heart rate sensor and GPS and 5ATM rated, which means they can survive 50m under water.
The 42mm watch costs VND5.49 million (US$236) for the classic version and VND6.39 million (US$275) for the elegant version.
Three versions of 46mm watch, including sports, classic and special edition will retail at VND5.49 ($236) VND5.99 million ($258) and VND6.99 ($301).
At the press conference, a Huawei spokesperson said Mobile World would be the exclusive distributor of the new products in Viet Nam.
Doan Van Hieu Em, CEO of Mobile World, expressed happiness at being the exclusive distributor of the Huawei product.
“Huawei has a good research and development team, so we believe this is a quality smartwatch product and at an affordable price for consumers in Viet Nam.”
Cheng Jiangfei, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group in Viet Nam, said: “Our commitment to the Viet Nam market is for the long term because we think Viet Nam is one of the strategic markets of Huawei.”
It would bring more and more interesting and innovative products to consumers in Viet Nam, he promised.