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Huawei Watch 2 is now available and it comes with 10 weeks of Play Music

We weren't too impressed by the Huawei Watch 2 in our initial review, but perhaps the ten weeks of free Google Play Music could entice you to give it a try, anyway. The Android Wear 2.0-based smartwatch is now available for purchase at various retailers around the U.S., including BestBuy and Amazon.

The Huawei Watch 2 is the successor to the widely popular Huawei Watch from 2015. It runs on a Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and 768MB of RAM. It also offers 4GB of storage, a heart rate sensor, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC and optional LTE. You can get it in carbon black or a color called concrete gray, which features brightly colored speckles and a more athletic aesthetic. There's also the Huawei Watch 2 Classic, which comes in Titanium Grey. The watches cost $299.99 and $369.99, respectively. You can read more on the Google Play Music deal in Huawei's official press release.

Read more in our review of the Huawei Watch 2

Florence Ion was formerly an editor and columnist at Android Central. She writes about Android-powered devices of all types and explores their usefulness in her everyday life. You can follow her on Twitter or watch her Tuesday nights on All About Android.

  • Meh. Not really a selling point for me.
  • Waste of money.
  • 10 weeks of free music is no incentive to buy anything. I would never buy a phone or a watch because of what came with it unless the extras were worth more than the phone and worth having.
  • So you get like $20 of Google music for $300 watch? It's not a good deal.
  • Enough of this ugly, cheap looking thing. Hurry up and bring out the Classic model so people can a little hands-on with it.
  • $300? So when is the promotion?
  • Still not sold on a watch that becomes obsolete as often as a cell phone
  • 10 weeks of Play Music don't mean sh¡t if you're already an existing customer. They need to think of something better.
  • What about the UK?