Just a few months after the release of the Huawei Watch GT 2e, Huawei released a new addition to its growing wearable family, the Huawei Watch Fit. From bands to watches, and now a watch that’s fitness-focused but with a lot of cool features too.
There isn’t much to see inside the box but the watch, the charger, and documents that we don’t read. Here are the key specs of the Huawei Watch Fit:
- Display: 1.64-inch AMOLED screen w/ 456 x 280 resolution at 326 ppi
- ROM: 4GB
- Battery: Up to 10 days
- Price: PHP 4,990
The Huawei Watch Fit comes with LiteOS. Its’a lightweight, real-time OS developed by Huawei for their IoT products. It works with Android 5.0 and above and iOS 9.0 and above.
It uses Bluetooth 5.1 to connect to your phone. It also has WiFi and GPS to track your movement when you decide to do outdoor activities. A microphone is also present for your voice commands.
As a fitness watch, it comes with a lot of sensors to monitor your vitals and activities – light sensor, optical heart rate sensor, SpO2 sensor, and an accelerometer/gyroscope. It’s also water-resistant, so don’t sweat about sweating during workouts.
That’s it for the unboxing. I saved the rest for the review. In the meantime, get yourself a Huawei Watch Fit!