Huawei Watch Fit 2 and Band 7 internet first review


Whether you’re working out in the gym or on your treadmill at home, now is the perfect moment to invest in a smart wearable to keep track of your progress. Be a companion to your phone, keep track of your fitness progress, and be a fashionable accessory that match your personal style.

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Huawei’s latest wearables, the Huawei Watch Fit 2 and Huawei Band 7, claim to do all of that and more. For €230, you get the Watch 2 in the Elegant Edition, which includes a charger and a double-magnet Milania strap. For an additional €180 or €140, you can get a variant with a leather strap or a silicone strap.

The Huawei Band 7 costs €55 at the time of this writing and comes with a proprietary magnetic charger as well.


The displays on both bands are rectangular. The Watch Fit 2 features a 1.74-inch screen with a slightly higher resolution (336×480 and 336ppi) than the Band 7, which has a 1.47-inch screen with a lower resolution (194×368) and a lower pixel density (283ppi).

Both panels use AMOLED technology, which provides excellent contrast, color, and viewing angles. Even better, both smart wearables include a display that is always active.

A single charge of the Huawei Band 7 can last up to 10 days of intense use and 14 days with moderate stress. The Watch Fit 2 claims a battery life of up to 10 days with light use and up to 7 days with intensive use.


Lastly, the strap material is vastly different between the two. The black silicone band of the Huawei Watch 7 has a basic plastic clasp. Comfortable and does an excellent job of retaining the 16g watch on your wrist.

The Huawei Watch Fit 2 is heavier than the Huawei Watch Fit 1st generation. It can range from 26g for the Active to 30g for the Classic and Elegant, depending on the model. The Active has silicone straps, the Classic has leather straps, and the Elegant has metal clasps with excellent magnets.

Band 7 and Watch Fit 2 don’t have normal band attachments, so keep that in mind. There are many first- and third-party bands available, although both employ Huawei’s proprietary system.


Keep an eye out for our full reviews of the Huawei Watch Fit 2 and Band 7 in the coming weeks.

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