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Huawei ‘Watch D’ to be the upcoming Blood Pressure feature smartwatch

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Huawei is moving solidly in the field of smartwatches, the company has recently started the public beta testing of the Huawei Watch with Blood Pressure measurement feature. The latest development in this story reveals that the company is also planning to launch this smartwatch in the global market just like the Watch 3 series.

According to the information coming from Letsgodigital, Huawei has filed a new trademark patent at European Union Intellectual Property Organization (EUIPO) on September 10, 2021. Interestingly, the patent is related to a smartwatch name – “Watch D”.

That’s not it, because the Huawei Watch D patent description listed the following categories -‘ smartwatches; wristwatches; apparatus for use in medical analysis; heart rate monitoring; body-fat monitors; blood pressure monitors’.

Currently, it’s not clear, whether it’s a smartwatch but these type of consumer products goes under the same categories and the word “Watch” is sound pretty familiar to us. Therefore, it has the potential of the upcoming Huawei Watch D. Furthermore, this is also an indication the watch will also unveil for overseas consumers.

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Huawei Watch with Blood Pressure Feature:

Earlier this month, Huawei has begun to recruit for a watch blood pressure feature test. According to the information, the test requires a wrist circumference over 200mm a total of 20 people who can participate in this test event. The test shows Huawei is working continuously on this wearable and want to bring it to the consumer as soon as possible.

Previously, He Gang, President of Handset Business, Huawei Consumer Business Group announced that the first Huawei smartwatch with Blood Pressure measurement capabilities and features has passed the medical device registration test.

Huawei Watch Blood Pressure

The next step for Huawei is to conduct Clinical trials with professional institutes to get better insights into how accurate this smart wearable will going to work on users’ wrists. The watch could launch in the second half of 2021.

China’s Guangdong Provincial Food and Drug Administration issued the “Publicity of the Results of the Priority Approval Application for the Second Class of Medical Devices (Issue 49)”.

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Huawei Device Co., Ltd. wrist ECG blood pressure recorder, ECG analysis system, arrhythmia analysis system, wrist single-lead ECG collector, and other four medical device products entered the priority approval process. However, the details of these medical devices are still unknown.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.

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Huawei FreeBuds SE gets new Bluetooth improvements

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Huawei is rolling out a new software update for the FreeBuds SE earbuds in the global market, as this new firmware comes with Bluetooth improvements for a better connectivity experience.

According to the information, Huawei FreeBuds SE is getting a new firmware version 1.0.0.212, and an update package size of 0.99 megabytes. Huawei seeds this software to improve the connectivity experience between the phone and the earbuds, so you get interrupted from music listening.

Improved Bluetooth connection stability.

It was August 2022, when this pair of Huawei FreeBuds SE received its last software update including system stability and Bluetooth connectivity improvements.

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It’s recommended for Huawei FreeBuds SE earbuds users download the latest firmware with important Bluetooth optimizations. To do so, visit the AI Life app and then select FreeBuds SE and check for the latest firmware. Note that the update package transfer may take some time.

Huawei FreeBuds SE:

This set of earbuds comes with a lightweight and semi-in-ear design that fits perfectly in your ear and reduces pressure on the ear canal. It has three different sizes of silicon ear tips.

FreeBuds SE provides a long-lasting battery that could stand up to 6 hours on a single charge and up to 24 hours with the charging box.

Huawei FreeBuds Se comes with smart features and gesture support such as double tap, and swipe for easy interaction.

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Huawei FreeBuds 5i brings RM60 off on first purchase in Malaysia

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Huawei FreeBuds 5i is expanding throughout the globe and this new earbuds pair has entered Malaysia with an RM60 off offer on early purchases.

According to the information, Huawei FreeBuds 5i in Malaysia brings an early bird voucher of RM10 off. The pair will officially be on sale on February 2 and paired with an RM50 sale launch offer.

The combination of an early bird voucher and launch offer makes total savings of RM60, which makes the final price of the FreeBuds 5i at RM339, while the original retail price is RM399. However, the launch offer is only available from February 2 to Feb. 15, 2023.

Huawei FreeBuds 5i Malaysia

Huawei FreeBuds 5i:

Huawei FreeBuds 5i comes in three colors – Ceramic white, Isle Blue and Black. It offers hi-res certified wireless audio and 10mm dynamic drive units that produces powerful sound and beautiful music.

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It has 42dB multi-mode active noise cancellation that helps you maintain the noise cancellation in ultra, general and cozy modes.

Huawei FreeBuds 5i gets you 4 hours of carefree listening on a 15 minutes change, which can reach up to 7.5 hours with ANC off. However, the overall battery life could stand up to 28 hours with the charging case.

This pair of earbuds lets you enjoy a smart connection with AI life and you can connect it with two devices simultaneously.

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Huawei Watch Buds launching soon in the global market

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Last year, Huawei launched Watch Buds in China and soon this smartwatch will make a debut in the global market. The inputs reveal that Huawei is preparing to bring this 2-in-1 smartwatch to global consumers but a date is yet to be confirmed.

However, we’ll keep you posted on further updates about the Huawei Watch Buds, until then, let’s look into its specifications.

Huawei Watch Buds comes looks like a regular smartwatch with a dial and a rotating crown on the right. However, you can flip open the watch face and there are two wireless earphones inside.

These are simple earplugs that fit inside your ear, however, they are not similar to the FreeBuds series. Each of these earphones weighs only 4 grams, which is light to wear. According to Huawei, the company has tested Huawei Watch Buds opening and closing mechanism over 100000 times.

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Inside the box, there’s a magnetic maneuver that helps you to place the earphones safely without worries.

Speaking of which, the watch also has technology that lets you charge the earphones internally. The earphones also have noise cancellation and calling support, which is essential for a new generation of wireless earbuds.

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Coming to the front, Huawei Watch Buds comes with 1.43 inches AMOLED color screen that supports various gestures and touch control. On the side, there’s a rotating crown that helps you to navigate through the interface.

The Watch has a frame made of stainless steel with drill-cut buttons. Other than its interesting mechanism, Huawei Watch Buds brings you all of the health monitoring capabilities along with a variety of exercises.

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Talking about its battery life, Huawei Watch Buds has a 410mAh battery and a 30mAh battery on each earphone. The earphones could provide up to 4 hours of music listening and 2.5 hours of talk on a single charge.

Price:

Huawei Watch Buds global price is yet to be announced but the smartwatch is sold for 2988 yuan (429 USD, 406 Euro) in China.

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