Huawei Watch Fit goes official, here’s what the fitness tracker offers
Huawei has launched a new fitness tracker, Watch Fit. Check price, full specifications, and top features of the new wearable.
Huawei has quietly launched a new wearable. Called Watch Fit, the fitness band comes with a larger display and is said to deliver up to 10 days of battery life. The wearable is priced at AED 399, which is ₹7,900 approximately.
Huawei Watch Fit comes in multiple colour options. You get Black, Silver, and Rose Gold colours for the watch case. For straps, you can choose between Graphite Black, Mint Green, Cantaloupe Orange, and Sakura Pink.
Huawei Watch Fit features and specifications
The wearable comes with a 1.64-inch display with 280x456 pixels resolution, 2.5D curved glass, 326ppi, and 70% screen-to-body ratio. The fitness tracker ships with a few preloaded watch faces. You can download more through the Watch Face Store. You can also set a photo from your phone as the watch face.
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Huawei Watch Fit packs upgraded battery and performance. It has dual chipset architecture and comes with power-saving algorithms. It also supports quick charge technology. The company claims the watch can deliver a whole day back up with a 5-minute charge.
The wearable offers 12 kinds of animated quick workouts such as full-body stretch and exercise at work. The watch has 44 standard movement demonstrations as well. Overall, it offers 96 workout modes.
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Other important features of Huawei Watch Fit include built-in GPS Sensor, 5ATM, AI heart rate algorithm, and SpO2 tracker.
In terms of specs, Huawei Watch Fit has 4GB of memory, 6-axis IMU sensor (Accelerometer sensor, Gyroscope sensor), Optical heart rate sensor, Capacitive sensor and Ambient light sensor, and BT 5.0 and BLE support.
Huawei Watch Fit is compatible with Android phones running version 5.0 or later and iPhones running iOS 9.0 or later.
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