In the new era of smart wearable’s, a smartwatch is not just a fashion accessory it can be used for fitness and wellness too. To reframe fitness, health and style, China based global technology giant Huawei recently launched smartwatch first-ever with a rounded rectangular face “Huawei Watch Fit” for encouraging users to get into new forms of exercise through a variety of animated fitness courses, workout modes and scientific health tracking features. Let’s focus on the pros and cons of the latest personal fitness trainer Huawei Watch Fit.
Reframe your fitness
In recent times, many have been trying new forms of exercise whether pushing themselves to run long distances or experimenting with Yoga or Pilates. Huawei’s latest smartwatch Huawei Watch Fit combined an animated personal trainer covering 12 workout courses including 44 posture demonstrations. The animated fitness courses give personal training to users individually without any other smartphone or device. This smartwatch supports 96 workout modes and 11 professional workout modes cover the most popular exercise types. A further 85 workout modes include fitness training, dancing, ball games, water sports, winter sports and extreme sports also. Users can easily select their favorite workout mode to record their performance detecting heart rate, heart rate interval, calories, exercise time and other data with its smart sensors.
Reframe your health
Due to COVID-19, consumers are increasingly being more conscious of their personal health data. Huawei Watch Fit offers comprehensive health tracking features through heart rate, sleep and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring. Huawei’s proprietary TruSeen 4.0 heart rate monitoring technology allows it to support an intelligent background of heart rate monitoring in an infographic showing how their heart rate changed over the last 24 hours. It also provides an abnormal heart rate alert function that notifies the condition of continuous resting heart rate is too high or low. Harnessing AI technology Huawei TruSleep 2.0 can accurately identify six typical sleep problems including the difficulty of falling asleep, light sleeping, restlessness, early awakening, too many dreams, and irregular work and rest schedules. Using this data and analysis it provides hundreds of sleep improvement suggestions and personalized sleep services. The SpO2 monitoring helps one’s to keep track of oxygen saturation of blood, stress level monitoring offers breathing exercises and menstrual cycle management helps female users accurately grasp their physical state and predict their menstrual cycle.
Reframe your style
Huawei Watch Fit is Huawei’s first-ever smartwatch with a rounded rectangular face measuring 1.64 inches. The large and perfectly proportioned AMOLED HD display allows consumers to engage with animated fitness courses and other unique features. With ultra-slim bezels, users can enjoy the dazzling and colorful display with minimal distractions. Weighing just 34g, the smartwatch has a light and sleek appearance which will complement all outfit. Huawei Watch Fit also offers over 130 different watch face design options through Huawei’s Watch Face Store. Users can personalize their watch faces with their own photo albums synced directly from their smartphones and the always-on display offers six standby watch faces so users can tell the time at a glance. The incredibly thin and light Huawei Watch Fit packs upgraded battery performance into just 21 grams making it a perfect companion. Featuring the dual chipset architecture and power-saving algorithms, this watch can last for 10 days and can support a whole day with a 5-minute charge.
Well priced at Tk 9,999 only, the Huawei Watch Fit is certainly an option for savvy consumers who want a perfect smartwatch and technology to get into the fitness revolution. If you’re looking for a smartwatch that offers a fashion statement, Huawei Watch Fit will be a fabulous option.
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