How smart wearables are contributing towards your fitness and well-being: HUAWEI WATCH FIT does more than that

With the wide variety of smart devices surrounding us today, we live in a connected digital era. Apart from the smart phones, which act as a nexus point, one of the most popular smart devices seen with people are in fact smart wearables. Modern smart wearables have woven themselves ever so deep into our daily lives, serving primarily as an extension of our smartphones. However, a key feature of these wearables in fact lies in their health and fitness tracking capabilities. With today’s world having everyone more concerned about their well-being, it’s no surprise that everyone wants to keep track of major health indicators.

Keeping this in mind and to cater to every kind of user’s health and fitness monitoring needs, Huawei recently launched its latest in smart wearable technology, the HUAWEI WATCH FIT.

Users today want their smart wearables to always stand out from the wide plethora of devices that are out in the market. Huawei took this into consideration while designing the new HUAWEI WATCH FIT, going for a completely different look. This time Huawei has opted for a stylish large HD display in a rectangular form factor. Measuring 1.64 inches, this large and perfectly proportioned AMOLED HD display with 326 PPI and a 16.7 million color gamut, paves the way for an immersive viewing experience, no matter what the lighting conditions are. The display can also be heavily customized, with over 130 watch faces to choose from and customization options that let users see what they really want. This is topped off with a massive battery that lasts 10 days long on a single charge, attributed mainly to its efficiency and smart power saving algorithms.

However the contribution of smart wearables towards health and fitness cannot pass by unnoticed. For example, the newly launched HUAWEI WATCH FIT comes with comprehensive health tracking features for main health indicators. This includes heart rate, sleep, stress and blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2). Looking into the details, the HUAWEI WATCH FIT uses advanced sensors and to monitor a user’s blood oxygen saturation levels anytime, anywhere, alerting them when the levels get abnormal. Meanwhile, thanks to HUAWEI TruRelax technology, the user’s stress is actively monitored, even offering breathing exercises to calm down. HUAWEI TruSleep™ 2.0 on the other hand provides sleep stage monitoring, allow the watch to intelligently recognize when the user falls asleep to start tracking. This comprehensive analysis uses Huawei’s AI technology to accurately identify six typical sleep problems including difficulty falling asleep, light sleeping, restlessness, early awakening, too many dreams, and an irregular work and rest schedule. Using this data and analysis, HUAWEI WATCH FIT provides hundreds of sleep improvement suggestions and personalized sleep services. The HUAWEI TruSeen™ 4.0 heart rate monitoring technology on the other hand brings to the table intelligent background heart rate monitoring, displaying users’ current resting heart rate in addition to an infographic showing how their heart rate changed over the last 24 hours. It also alerts users in case of an abnormal heart rate[1], which notifies users when their continuous resting heart rate is too high or too low.

Another key aspect is the fitness tracking. For both fitness novices and experienced fitness enthusiasts, keeping tracking of every movement and form plays an essential role in the final result, often leading to a demand for a smart companion or guide. The HUAWEI WATCH FIT aims to be that smart guide by packing in an animated personal trainer covering 12 workout courses including 44 posture demonstrations. The individually animated fitness courses gives users free one-on-one personal training without the need for a smartphone or any other device, be it at home, the gym or even for a quick workout during the office break. The HUAWEI WATCH FIT also supports 96 workout modes with advanced data tracking which ranges from 11 professional workout modes that cover the most popular exercise types, such running, walking, cycling, swimming and more, while a further 85 workout modes cover other forms of exercise including fitness training, dancing, ball games, water sports, winter sports, extreme sports and more.

In addition to all of this and a wide array of smart features that improve everyday life, what Huawei did differently to change things up is actually the price point, making it more accessible for all types of users, giving everyone an easier solution to staying on top of their fitness and health game.


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