Huawei has been pushing wearables with impressive battery life – we’ve seen sporty watches like the Watch GT 2 or simple bands with basic functions like the Band 4. Now we also have Huawei Watch Fit – the latest smartwatch from the Chinese company that comes with a big rectangular display and promises a long battery life with plenty of features.
The Huawei Watch Fit has a 1.64” AMOLED screen with slightly curved edges from all sides. The watch is made from “durable polymer fiber” which is a fancy name for plastic, and there is a single button on the side. It comes in three colors and can be matched with four different straps, all made from silicone.
The Watch Fit comes with Huawei’s own Lite OS. The official specs sheet says nothing about the chipset, but we’re pretty sure it is the Kirin A1 inside.
All the features one would expect from a smartwatch are here – customizable watch faces, training videos, plenty of workout modes including a smart detection of what exactly is going on, built-in GPS sensor, SpO2 meter, 24-hour heart rate sensor. The Watch Fit also monitor sleep and menstruation cycles, provides stress relief exercises, shows all the notifications from the smartphone, control the music, remote shutter.
Speaking about the battery life – Huawei promises 10 days with typical usage and 7 days with heavy usage. Using the GPS continuously will drain the battery in 12 hours, which would be fine even for the most adventurous sportspeople.
Huawei Watch Fit is offered in Graphite Black, Sakura Pink, and Mint Green colors, and there’s one extra strap in Cantaloupe Orange color. It is currently listed only on the Huawei UAE website and pricing is said to be revealed on Thursday, September 3.