Huawei watch 2 Bluetooth £189 @ Argos
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Huawei watch 2 Bluetooth £189 @ Argos

£189£259.9927%Argos Deals
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Found 4th May
Been looking for a smartwatch for a few weeks and found this watch on argos for a great price!
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Same price amazon
Great watch, love mine.
I concur great smart watch. Not worn a normal watch since I bought this
I really close to biting but with Google IO next week, I'm concerned that this watch will not be supported by whatever is announced on Tuesday, knowing my luck.
redduck2 h, 7 m ago

I really close to biting but with Google IO next week, I'm concerned that …I really close to biting but with Google IO next week, I'm concerned that this watch will not be supported by whatever is announced on Tuesday, knowing my luck.


Buy & return if not supported??
New hardware coming at some point soon.
Fionashaw1234th May

I concur great smart watch. Not worn a normal watch since I bought this


Not worn a normal watch since I have a phone.
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Might be worth holding off this purchase as the new Snapdragon wearable chip is coming in autumn. Almost makes me wish I didn't buy this watch!
What features will be missing if linked with an iPhone?
yiu20 m ago

What features will be missing if linked with an iPhone?


Can't reply to messages, can't use Google Pay, and doesn't integrate well with Apple Health as it uses Google Fit/ Huawei Health.
MrPuddington1 h, 18 m ago

Not worn a normal watch since I have a phone.


Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why buy a calculator for home when your PC and phone have ones already
Dird1 h, 13 m ago

Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why …Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why buy a calculator for home when your PC and phone have ones already


I used to think that but then I bought a watch and it's a damn sight easier glancing at it than getting my phone out, unlocking/waking it, maybe fiddling with the brightness if it's sunny, etc. Even more so if I've got the cable from my earbuds to deal with (BT earbuds suck IMO). Reading the time on an analogue watch is probably helping to keep my brain ticking and staving off dementia as well I wouldn't want a Smart watch though, it's quite enough having to charge my phone every day thank you.
I bought one (to replace my Moto 360) and love. Some points to be aware of:
It’s still a touch laggy. No idea why
Plasticky feeling build quality
The straps are changeable but leave an ugly “missing” section if you do where the connect to the watch
Has lots of annoying “reminders” you’ll need to turn off (like hourly exercise, low battery at 40%, etc)
Android Pay is slow to load, even when mapped to a button

I use mine for work and love it (especially paired with Outlook for Android). Outside of work I’d struggle to justify it other than for notifications.
I've got an Apple watch and love it for tracking my workouts. This is worth it for fitness tracking alone!
Edited by: "genk" 10th May
Fionashaw1234th May

I concur great smart watch. Not worn a normal watch since I bought this


Do you use Spotify? Wondering how it's integrated into Android Wear
Dird9 h, 53 m ago

Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why …Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why buy a calculator for home when your PC and phone have ones already


You do you and we'll do we.
This or the garmin vivoactive 3
AiraxSarkari12 h, 54 m ago

I bought one (to replace my Moto 360) and love. Some points to be aware …I bought one (to replace my Moto 360) and love. Some points to be aware of:It’s still a touch laggy. No idea whyPlasticky feeling build quality The straps are changeable but leave an ugly “missing” section if you do where the connect to the watchHas lots of annoying “reminders” you’ll need to turn off (like hourly exercise, low battery at 40%, etc)Android Pay is slow to load, even when mapped to a button I use mine for work and love it (especially paired with Outlook for Android). Outside of work I’d struggle to justify it other than for notifications.


Try turning off Google Assistant if you don't use it. I almost didn't buy this watch due to the lag but it's a known problem - I've disabled mine and the lag is really minimal now.
Dird17 h, 50 m ago

Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why …Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why buy a calculator for home when your PC and phone have ones already


Fashion, mainly
Jackisback123219 h, 9 m ago

Erm, not …Erm, not really:https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/02/android-wear-is-getting-killed-and-its-all-qualcomms-fault/


You know Qualcomm have just announced they are making new SoC for Android wear?
It is about to be replaced by a new device. Whether it’s better remains to be seen.
AiraxSarkari9 h, 45 m ago

You know Qualcomm have just announced they are making new SoC for Android …You know Qualcomm have just announced they are making new SoC for Android wear? It is about to be replaced by a new device. Whether it’s better remains to be seen.


Yes, I was replying to someone who said new hardware comes out all the time, who was replying to my original comment that said new hardware was coming out!
Dird10th May

Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why …Yeah exactly. Don't even get why people buy watches still. It's like why buy a calculator for home when your PC and phone have ones already


That's like going back a hundred years to the old pocket watch on a chain. Wrist watches are more convenient than having a device in the pocket.
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