Honor Launches MagicWatch 2 With Kirin A1 Chip

  • The company will make the smartwatch available from 12th December
  • The watch supports 15 goal-based fitness modes

Honor has launched the MagicWatch 2 in 46mm and 42mm sizes in India and has priced them from 189 Euro ( approx Rs 14,893) and 179 Euro (approx Rs 14,103) respectively. Other than India, the company will make the watch available in Czech, Egypt, Finland, France, German, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, Philippines, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom from 12th December.

Kirin A1 chip

The 42mm version comes with a 3.04 cm (1.2-inch) AMOLED display with a resolution of 390 x 390 pixels and the 46mm version features a 3.55 cm (1.4-inch) AMOLED display with a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. They are powered by the Kirin A1 chip. They come with a 455mAh battery with up to 14 days of battery life claims Honor. Honor MagicWatch 2 has 4GB internal storage, of which 2GB can be used for music storage.It can store up to 500 songs.

The watch supports 15 goal-based fitness modes which includes eight outdoor and seven indoor sports. The modes include running, hiking, cycling and triathlons, swimming, free training and rowing machine. It also supports 13 professional indoor and outdoor running courses from beginner to advanced levels.

Huawei TruRelax technology

As per Honor, the watch can precisely track and diagnose six common types of sleep disorders and give over 200 corresponding suggestions customised to the user’s sleeping habit. It can also detect stress level when the user is feeling tense and give suggested breathing exercises with Huawei TruRelax technology. It also comes with a water resistance up to 50 meters says Honor.