Huawei has been on a roll with its string of iconic product launches. We’ve been hearing a lot about Huawei’s Watch D for quite some time now, following the sensational Huawei P50 Pocket.
Huawei Watch D smartwatch has a few unique features that make it stand out from the crowd. Sensors that can measure blood pressure, blood oxygen, sleep, stress, and body temperature are included in the package.
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Atherosclerosis, the buildup of fats, cholesterol, and other substances in and on artery walls, can also be detected by Huawei’s smartwatch. An ECG monitor is also included.
Huawei’s Watch D has more health features than Apple’s latest smartwatch, the Apple Watch 7
Design of Huawei’s Watch D
This smartwatch from Huawei has a fluoro-rubber strap with engraved lines for better grip on the wrist, making it more comfortable to wear. It has an aluminum alloy frame around the screen and a sapphire and plastic back panel. Additional side-mounted controls include “Health” and “Home” buttons.
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The Watch D is notable because it is made of aviation aluminum, both sturdy and light. Powered by a 1.64-inch AMOLED high-definition color touchscreen, Huawei Watch D has a resolution of 456 ppi. Water and the dust-resistant display are available. The new smartwatch will come in two sizes: medium and large.
HarmonyOS 2 and above, Android 6.0, and iOS 9.0 are supported by Huawei Watch D.
Sensors of Huawei Watch D
Step counters, heart rate monitors, sleep tracking, and blood oxygen level monitors are just some of the additional features of the smartwatch. Watch D’s main selling point is its ability to record ECG and measure blood pressure.
The Huawei Watch 7 can’t do that, and it claims to be accurate to within a 3mmHg error margin. Much technology is at play here, with micro air pumps and airbags being used to make these measurements possible.
Huawei Watch D Health Features
It is claimed by the company that the Watch D can detect Atherosclerosis, Arrhythmia, and the risk of Sleep Disorders. Huawei’s smartwatch users can even get online help from experts to better understand their health data via the smartwatch’s online consultation feature.
Furthermore, the Watch D, registered with the Chinese food and drug administration as a Class II medical device, was put to the test in collaboration with 301 Chinese hospitals.
In addition, there are more than 70 different sports modes on the Watch D.
If you don’t use the Huawei Watch D for long periods, you can expect it to last up to seven days on one charge.
With an initial retail price of CNY2,988 ($470), the Watch D will go on sale in China on December 25th. It’s not yet clear when this new technology will be available to the general public.