Huawei Watch 2 is available now through Vodafone

Matt Sayer 16 August 2017

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The 4G-capable smart device can be yours for as low as $16.64 a month.

After the announcement of an Australian release for the Huawei Watch 2 earlier this month, Vodafone has today launched the Android Wear smart device on its new $10 Red Wearable plan.

Available on a 12-month, 24-month or 36-month contract, the Huawei Watch 2 supports Vodafone's 4G network and comes with 1GB of data every month on the provider's Red Wearable plan. Currently, Vodafone is not selling the device separately, so you'll have to sign up for the Red Wearable plan if you want to be among the first Aussies to give the watch a whirl.

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The Huawei Watch 2 is a hardy piece of kit, sporting IP68-rated dust and water resistance. It also comes packed with an internal GPS, support for Google Assistant and the ability to make calls even when it's not connected to your phone.

If you decide to take the plunge, Vodafone's $10 Red Wearable plan will get you unlimited standard national calls and texts every month, along with 1GB of data. Best of all, the Red Wearable plan is on a no-lock-in contract, so you can cancel any time after the first month and switch to another mobile broadband provider if you wish. You will need to keep paying off the watch itself, though.

On a 36-month contract, the Huawei Watch 2 will set you back $16.64 a month plus $10 a month for the Red Wearable Plan. A 24-month contract increases the device repayments to $24.96 a month, and a 12-month contract bumps it up to $49.92 a month.

Huawei Watch 2 Specifications

Product Name
Huawei Watch 2
Display Size
1.2-inch AMOLED
Resolution
390x390
PPI
326 ppi
Processor
Qualcomm MSM8909W 1.1 GHZ
RAM
768MB
Storage
4GB
Operating System
Android Wear 2.0
Water and dust resistance
IP68
Rear camera
5MP
Battery
420mAh
Dimensions
48.9 x 45 x 12.6mm
Weight
42g
Price
$599

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