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How Long is the Battery Life of HUAWEI Watch GT 2e and How to Recharge it?

How Long is the Battery Life of HUAWEI Watch GT 2e and How to Recharge it?

By  Joe Horner 2020-05-04 3406 0

Compared with the previous generation of HUAWEI Watch GT 2, HUAWEI Watch GT 2e has a great improvement in function, especially providing more abundant sports modes. So will this affect the battery life of HUAWEI Watch GT 2e? How long is the battery life of HUAWEI Watch GT 2e? How to charge HUAWEI Watch GT 2e when the battery runs out? In this post, you’ll find out the answer!

HUAWEI Watch GT 2e Battery Life

In fact, although the HUAWEI Watch GT 2e has improved a lot in terms of workout function, its battery life remains the same with the HUAWEI Watch GT2. and can promise a remarkable 14 days for typical use.

(The typical usage scenarios are decided based on user habits. The specific battery life depends on user habits and usage frequency.)


How to Charge the HUAWEI Watch GT 2e?

However, when the battery runs out, how to get recharge? The HUAWEI Watch GT 2e does not support wireless charging. And the charging way is magnetic charging, which is very convenient and easy to operate.


Step 1: Connect the Huawei Watch GT 2e to the charging cable, as shown in the following figure.

Step 2: Align and attach the charging port to the magnets of the charging cradle.

Step 3: The battery level will be displayed on the watch screen.



Wipe the charging port dry before charging.

Use the dedicated charging cable that comes with your watch to charge it.


What if HUAWEI Watch GT 2e can't be recharged?

There are generally the following reasons for this situation:


1. Please make sure that the charging wire and charging head of the Watch GT 2e smartwatch is in good condition.

2. Whether it is showed at powered on or charged at the time of charging.

If there is no power on it, it is that the charging head and charging wire are damaged, please replace it and use it. If after replacement, it still does not show power, it is the motherboard broken, in the warranty period, please send the manufacturer after-sale repair, not in the warranty period can contact the after-sales service provider maintenance.

If you show the charging status but can not charge, it is because the battery is broken, please replace the battery and use it.


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