Huawei Watch D incoming with blood pressure measurements

26 November 2021
Huawei already has a registration with the medical authorities in China.

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Anonymous, 26 Nov 2021Go to sites like wareable com or watch any of the major rev... moreIt is not a secret that Huawei sell poorly calibrated things. That is how they do.
The factual point I made is what you're repeating. That the similarly mediocre sensors (almost guaranteed to be made in the same factories as Huawei's) are considered to be "very accurate", "when it works". So, okay, if you try enough times? I mean, the brainwash nonsense that it matches a body sensor is exactly the BS conclusions you get from chronic RDF.

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    Duck of death, 26 Nov 2021Someone's been getting drunk on the Apple Kool-aid aga... moreGo to sites like wareable com or watch any of the major reviewers on Youtube who actually measure the performance of these sensors and algorithms. Huawei is not good enough for getting accurate data, generally worse than even Amazfit (I tried one last year and it sucked as soon as HR goes above 140).

    Apple Watch is very, very accurate. That's based on my own tests with a chest strap and on all the reviews that use more complex methodology. The only reason I use a Garmin Fenix is because of the short battery life of the Apple Watch.

    But Huawei is nowhere in that league.

      Anonymous, 26 Nov 2021LOL. Huawei's sensors and algorithms suck compared to ... moreSomeone's been getting drunk on the Apple Kool-aid again.
      You sound the average tech reviewer on the internet:
      "When it works, heart rate sensor can be very accurate".

      (Yes, that is 100% a quote from a Fruity Toy watch review, on the plus side of the pros/cons section. On a frigging "reputable" Android site)

        Anonymous, 26 Nov 2021LOL. Huawei's sensors and algorithms suck compared to ... moreI'd like to see Your data collection and comparing methods in this matter. Where can I see Your sophisticated and factual overview?

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          • 26 Nov 2021

          [deleted post]LOL. Huawei's sensors and algorithms suck compared to real sports watches like Garmin, and the Apple Watch is actually the best smartwatch for real fitness measurements, as close to a chest strap as it gets.

          Sadly, no Chinese watch I know of gets close to the accuracy of Apple or Garmin. At least the other Chinese brands are cheaper, but Huawei's stuff is not. It might be fine for sedentary nerds to measure how many steps they take to the vending machine, but not if you want accurate data for real intensive exercise.

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            • 26 Nov 2021

            Finally :)