Huawei has launched the Watch GT 2e in China, a month after introducing the smartwatch globally. It is essentially a sportier variant of the 46mm Watch GT2 and packs the same 1.39-inch AMOLED display and a Kirin A1 chipset coupled with 4GB of internal storage. It has an integrated TPU wrist band, a built-in GPS, 5 ATM water-resistant rating and a host of sensors like ambient, accelerometer, gyroscope and SpO2 among others. The GT2e tracks all sorts of exercises, monitors sleep and stress levels, and claims to last up to 14 days on a single charge. It costs ¥1,288 (~₹13,900), and is tipped to launch in India after the lockdown-period ends.