Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the market for wearables is getting impressive results. It’s natural to see more and more companies joining this trend lately. Meanwhile, other companies that already have a solid presence in the segment are pushing new products to compete in the various possible price segments. Huawei is one of the best companies in the wearable market recording YoY growth of over 57% in the first half of 2020. The Chinese tech giant is looking to expand its market share with the launch of a new smartwatch dubbed Huawei Watch Fit.
If you’re a follower of Huawei products, then you might now how the Huawei Watch Fit has been making the headlines lately. The rumored device is finally official with a set of competitive specifications. The new smartwatch features a 1.64-inch AMOLED display with 2.5D curved glass on top. The smartwatch has an HD resolution of 280 x 456 pixels and 326 pixel-per-inch. It’s a gorgeous display with a 70% screen-to-body ratio. The display supports full-screen input while the watch has a dimension of 46 x 30 x 10.7mm.
On the left side, there is a single button that acts as a power button and to wake up the device. The smartwatch equally comes with support for six new Always-On Display watch faces that will show information even when your watch is inactive. Huawei Watch Fit also brings a set of animated quick-workout features. It includes full-body stretch, ab ripper, and includes 44 standard movement demonstrations. The wearable also brings 96 workout modes and includes mainstream sports modes as running, swimming, and cycling.
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Furthermore, the wearable also brings a bulti-in GPS sensor which certainly is a plus as reduces dependence on the smartphone. Moreover, it comes with 5ATM water protection and an advanced AI heart rate algorithm. The new sensors will help users to train better thanks to real-time metrics, scientific training effect evaluation, and guidance. The wearable also includes a 6-axis IMU sensor, Optical heart rate sensor, capacitive sensor, and ambient light sensor.
Users can keep track of fitness data via Huawei’s Health Application. Other smart features include 24-hours heart rate monitoring, SpO2 blood oxygen saturation detection, and menstrual cycle tracker. As you can see, the wearable comes to provide a full smart experience for its users. It also comes with Huawei TruSleep 2.0 that will enhance the sleep tracking feature. Last but not least we have TruRelax to keep track of your stressful times. The wearable will bring your notifications for incoming calls, calendar events, SMS messages, and social media apps. The watch can also control smart features of your smartphone like controlling music playback, find your phone, and more.
As for the battery life, the Huawei Watch Fit promises to deliver up to 10 days of battery life. That will come down to 7 days in heavy usage and 12 hours in GPS mode.
The company will sell the Huawei Watch Fit in the UAE from September 3 and it is priced at 399AED which is just around $110.