Huawei Watch Fit

GSMArena quoted a well-known tipster @Sudhanshu1414, revealing some information about the Huawei Watch FIT. Also, we have found the renderings and some parameters of the upcoming Huawei smartwatch.

The Huawei smartwatch, code-named Stia, uses a 456×280 1.64-inch AMOLED screen with an ambient light sensor that can automatically control the screen brightness. Also, the Huawei Watch FIT has a waterproof level of up to 5ATM. The battery can provide a use time of up to 10 days on a single charge. The watch is compatible with Android 5.0 + and iOS 9.0 + devices. As a top-end smartwatch, it should come with a GPS support, an accelerometer, and a barometer.

In addition, the smartwatch has a heart rate sensor that supports sleep recording and activity tracking. There is a pill-shaped physical button on the right side and a hole at the top. As you guess, it should be a microphone or a built-in voice assistant. The source says it will be able to track walking, running, swimming as well as indoor and outdoor cycling. The smartwatch will come with stress tests and breathing exercises.

As we can see, the Huawei Watch Fit has four colors – black, orange, light green and light pink. Thus, they can be suitable for various cases and customers. Also, it has a square shape. So there is every reason to think Huawei wants to compete with the Apple Watch.

Also Read: New Huawei Smartwatch patent shows Apple Watch-like design

The mentioned Sources said that the Huawei Watch Fit will be officially launched in September, priced at 119 euros. We are also waiting for the watch to be listed at IFA 2020 in Berlin, Germany.

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