After many months of waiting, Huawei today presented its P50 high-end line. These dominated the event held a few hours ago, however, there were two more revelations worth mentioning.
To accompany the Huawei P50, the Chinese revealed two new wearables for the wrist of the users. So we have the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG and the Huawei Band 6 Pro, both with slight improvements compared to their originals.
Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG stands out for its ability to perform electrocardiograms
Huawei’s new smartwatch nomenclature leaves no doubt about its main highlight. In effect, it’s your ECG functionality which highlights this new model compared to the one unveiled last year.
Also in the field of users’ health, the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG brings with it a heart rate sensor and measurement of blood oxygen saturation. Furthermore, we have monitoring of sleep and stress levels.
For sportsmen, the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG arrives with support for over 100 sports. The metrics provided can be seen on your screen 1.39″ inch AMOLED, protected by sapphire glass.
Sales of Huawei’s new smartwatch will start on August 12th. It will only be available in black and will cost the equivalent of 402 €.
Huawei Band 6 Pro quer ser rival para a Xiaomi Mi Band 6
It is now time to look at Huawei’s new smartband and comparison with Mi Band 6 is inevitable. They are similar in many features and what sets Huawei’s product apart from its rival is precisely the reason for its launch.
The big news implemented in Huawei Band 6 Pro is the possibility of measure at body temperature. This feature gained popularity with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and is now becoming a standard in this type of gadget.
The design of the Huawei Band 6 Pro is identical to what we see on the original model. In effect, we have a screen 1.47″ inch AMOLED, heart rate meter, SpO2, monitoring of sleep and stress levels.
Huawei promises up to two weeks of autonomy on its latest smartband. A duration level that fits the market standards of the wearables dedicated to fitness.
Regarding its availability, it is important to inform that its sales will start on the 20th of August. Your price will be equivalent to 58 €, above what it costs the Xiaomi Mi Band 6.
In conclusion, mention that these products can be used in the company of any smartphone. This means you don’t need to buy a Huawei device to use any of their new wearables.
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