The 42mm model features a 1.2-inch circular display with 390 x 390 pixels resolution while the 46mm variant sports a larger 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 454 x 454 pixels screen resolution. The smartwatch is powered by an in-house Kirin A1 processor and paired with 4 GB of internal storage and users can use 2 GB of storage for the purpose of storing their favourite music tracks.
It also supports GPS, 15 fitness modes and a virtual pace-setter to track the target time. The Honor Magic Watch 2 also supports heart rate monitor, sleep schedule and stress tracker. The device also features a SWOLF score – it will offers various number of strokes and seconds you needed to swim one length of the pool.
The device can be connected through Bluetooth 5.1 and the company claims it will work from even 150 metres away the smartphone and the Honor Magic Watch 2 will support the phones which run on Android 4.4 or above and IOS 9.0 or above. It ships on a 455 mAh battery that promises to offer around 14 days of battery life.
Regarding the pricing and availability, the 42mm model’s Agate Black model costs ₹11,999, and the Sakure Gold model is priced at ₹14,999. While the 46mm variant with the Charcoal Black model is priced at ₹12,999 and the Flax Brown model costs ₹14,999. The device will soon go on sale in India through Amazon but no date has been revealed.