Not for running and cycling!
I bought this watch after reading positive reviews. Someone wrote that it was like a copy of a much more expensive Garmin watch.
I thought that a watch with a barometer and good reviews would provide accurate training data. This assumption made me extremely disappointed.
The speed shifts extremely high when I run. It takes a long time for the watch to get in touch with GPS satellite. The training data is thus very far from reality. A Suunto or Garmin for the same price is sooo much better for training outdoors.
I have owned watches from Polar, Garmin and Sunnto before. These watches have been in different price levels and all have been better on training data than the Huawei GT2. The Huwei Health app does not sync with well-known communities such as strava, so you have to do this manually yourself - feels a bit like a training watch in 2010.
Recommend this watch to you who want a nice and semi-smart watch for everyday, log your steps and have sms / notices on the screen. If you want to use the watch to log training outdoors, you are guaranteed to be disappointed with the GT2.
A plus is the built-in mp3 player. My headphones had difficulty with the contact to the watch during runs, but that may be because I am quite tall.