Huawei has worked on a lot of wearables lately and continuously expanding its foot in the smart wearable market. These smart wearables including the Huawei smartwatch and the smart band bring amazing health management features to keep the user up to date with the key body vitals.
Related to this, He Gang, COO of Huawei Consumer Business Group said that Huawei will focus on research on health areas including blood sugar, lung function, and altitude health management. Therefore, we can wait to see the new Huawei smartwatch launched with these new features.
Surely, the addition of features related to these health areas will bring further understanding.
Gang mentioned that there’s a solid technical foundation behind the health features that come in Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro, Huawei Watch D ECG, and Huawei Band 7. Meanwhile, technologies such as TruSeen are a good example of the above words and were developed solely by Huawei.
Technology research has been carried out for more than 7 years. It integrates the innovative technology and R&D strength of Huawei Sports Health Science Laboratory and Huawei Global Research Institute. From 1.0 to 5.0+, it has achieved innovative breakthroughs in hardware, algorithm, and process design, which continues to improve.
“Huawei will bring new research areas in blood sugar, lung function, and altitude health management. More comprehensive and intelligent health management for the users of the company, helping everyone, every family, and every industry to enter the era of digital health management!” said Gang.
All three technologies:
The lung function health research is based on wearing heart rate, blood oxygen, breathing, and audio signals to achieve lung function assessment and COPD screening, and predict the risk of acute exacerbation in advance.
Plateau health research is based on the fusion of multi-modal parameters of wearable devices to achieve meter-less monitoring and high-reflection prediction, helping users to better plan their itineraries.
Blood sugar research is being jointly conducted with professional medical institutions in the industry, based on Huawei TruSeen” technology and hardware monitoring capabilities, to achieve high blood sugar risk screening, trend assessment, and early warning.
(via – ithome)
Huawei Indonesia sold out 3000+ units of Watch Fit 2 and Watch GT 3 Pro since launch
The latest Huawei Watch Fit 2 and Watch GT 3 smartwatch recently debuted in the markets region-wise, and both the smartwatches are committed to helping users reach their health and wellness goals and express their styles.
Particularly users admire both the Watch GT 3 Pro and Watch Fit 2 and prefer to purchase more likely. Yes, in meantime the Huawei sold out over 3000+ units of Watch Fit 2 and Watch GT 3 Pro in Indonesia.
With this, we as clearly see the love of consumers for the latest watches of Huawei in the Indonesian market. The Chinese tech giant is very grateful for consumer enthusiasm and trust. Both, a smartwatch is a form of Huawei commitment.
Notably, on June 10, both the smartwatches were debuted in Indonesia, and in under, a month company touched the 3000 units of Huawei Watch Fit 2 and the Watch GT 3 Pro sold with the user’s love and support. This is what truly bumped the Indonesian smartwatch market.
If you haven’t perchance it till now then just read the users review and buy one of them for you as it gives you great features and stylish looks.
Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro:
Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro offers an advanced design with 1.43 inch AMOLED screen, Bluetooth call, HarmonyOS-based system that supports multiple apps, most desired ECG function, 43mm and 46mm with GPS. The smartwatch is available in two variations, just pick one for you to maintain and add a crunch to the new look.
Huawei Watch Fit 2:
Huawei Watch Fit 2 features a 1.74-inch screen, durable battery life, Bluetooth call support, SpO2 blood oxygen monitoring, quick exercise animation, and more. Moreover, it can be expanded by 46 x 33.5 x 10.8mm. Also, the Active Edition weighs about 26G, while the classic and elegant weight is 30G.
Huawei Watch Fit 2 and Watch GT 3 Pro common features:
- Both have an AMOLED display
- Numerous health tracking features
- Heart and blood pressure measurement
- Sleep tracking feature
- Arterial stiffened detection
- Diving mode
- SPO2 monitor
Huawei Band 7 gets June 2022 update with new features and optimizations
Huawei is sending a June 2022 software update for the Band 7 smart band that comes with a number of new features and brings in optimizations for your Band device. The Chinese tech maker has made the latest changes in the firmware to improve the user experience and provide a number of new useful functionality. However, the update is rolling out for the Chinese models and the company may expand this to the global market.
Moving on, the Huawei Band 7 June 2022 update comes with a firmware version 126.96.36.199 and it has a firmware package size of 11.46MB. The update mainly focuses on the WeChat payment system that brings. After the update, he needs to click WeChat Pay on the Band 7 first, and the screen will display the WeChat scan code to enable this feature. After the user scans the WeChat code with the mobile phone, the user can use the WeChat payment function on the Band 7 after making some settings.
Other than WeChat, the update also optimizes connectivity and brings some display optimizations as well as system stability for better improvements.
Check the detailed change log below.
This update has added the WeChat payment function and optimized the display effect of some interfaces and icons. It is recommended that you update.
- Support WeChat payment function
- After connecting to EMUI, HarmonyOS, or an Android phone, you can quickly reply to text messages on the bracelet side
- Optimize the display effect of some interfaces and icons
- Optimize the system stability of some scenarios
Here’s one thing to note that WeChat payment system feature is related only to Mainland China.
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 to launch alongside Mate 50 in China
Latest inputs suggest the Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 earbuds could unveil alongside the Mate 50 series flaghip. Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 has been recently unveiled in the global market and the Chinese tech maker is now preparing to introduce this pair of earbuds on the home ground.
According to a well know Weibo tipster – Huawei is working to bring FreeBuds Pro 2 earbuds to China with the launch of the Huawei Mate 50 series. Meanwhile, fans were expecting the earbuds to introduce along with Huawei Nova 10 series on July 4th. The tipster further added that the company will finalize the status of FreeBuds Pro 2 launching by the end of July but we’ll have to wait for an official node on this matter.
Moving on, it is confirmed that there are already a number of devices ready to showcase at the launch event including the Huawei Nova 10 series, Aito M7 SUV, Watch Fit 2 smartwatch, and Huawei P50 Pocket foldable phone leather variant. There could be more than what we’ve seen and speculated so far but we’re yet to find the answer, which we will on July 4th.
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2:
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 comes in stylish three color variants one of which has been specially crafted as new – Silver Blue. Each side of the headset weighs 5.8g, while the charging case reaches the weight of 52.1g.
Huawei has installed a 55mAh battery on each earbud and the charging case features a 580mAh battery to recharge these earbuds.
Below you can check the playback time of the device:
- 6.5 hours playback on a single charge (ANC off)
- 4 hours of playback on a single charge (ANC on)
- 30 hours playback with charging case (ANC off)
- 18 hours of playback with charging case (ANC on)
The charging time is as follows:
- Approx. 1 hour for charging case without headphones (wired)
- About 40 minutes for headphones (in the charging case)
- About 120 minutes for charging case without headphones (wireless)
There are several common features that you’ll intriguing and useful such as touch control on each earpiece that helps you guide and navigate through the earbuds.
(Source – Weibo)