Huawei Watch Fit specs, price, and images surface
Last week we learned that Huawei is working on a smartwatch codenamed Stia that will be launched as the Huawei Watch Fit. Today we get to know more about the Watch Fit as it has surfaced online complete with its specs, price, and images.
As you can see from the pictures, the Huawei Watch Fit features a tall display, which is said to measure 1.64" diagonally. It's an AMOLED panel of 456x280-pixel resolution, and there will be ambient light sensors as well to control screen brightness automatically.
The Watch Fit will be water resistant up to 5ATM, and its battery will have an endurance of up to 10 days. The smartwatch will be compatible with Android 5.0+ and iOS 9.0+ devices and have a GPS, Accelerometer, and Barometer on board.
The Watch Fit will also come with heart rate sensor, located on the back, along with sleep recording and activity tracking. The source says it will be able to track walking, running, swimming as well as indoor and outdoor cycling. The smartwatch will come with stress tests and breathing exercises.
The smartwatch has a pill-shaped physical button on the right side with a hole up top, which might be for the microphone.
The source says that Watch Fit will launch in September with a price tag of €119, meaning we may see it go official at IFA 2020 in Berlin, Germany.
Not what I was expecting. Very basic function. Was looking for a watch that will measure blood pressure. This did not work for me
- 14 Feb 2021
You can't have EKG and blood pressure functions without the proper hardware
- 17 Aug 2020
You probably like round designs for watches, but doesn't have to be a universal preference. Round screens waste a ton of space for anything other than an analog watch-face.
- 12 Aug 2020