With the Huawei Fit, the manufacturer presents a fitness tracker in the noble Smartwatch enclosure-at a very attractive price. But can the features be convincing?
The Huawei Fit is a fitness tracker that appears visually in the discreet Smartwatch design. So the fitness bracelet looks more like a classic watch than a high-tech gadget. The heart of the tracker is the motion sensor. This will track activities such as running, cycling, swimming, walking and treadmill training. During the training, five heart rate zones can be displayed in real time on the clock. A special feature: The display relies on e-ink, which makes it particularly contrast-strong.
The Huawei Fit has a silicone bracelet and a housing with aluminum alloy. The display is 1.04 inches in size and is operated using a touchscreen. The product brings only 35 grams to the scale. According to Huawei, the battery lasts about six days during normal use. In addition, the tracker should be up to 50 meters deep waterproof. In addition to the fitness features, the watch also displays messages and calls on the display.
The Huawei Fit is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones.
Features and Specifications:
● Display:1.04 inch LCD with 208 x 208 pixels
● Dimensions:39.5 mm x 9.99 mm
● Bracelet-colour:blue, orange, black
● Connection:Bluetooth 4.2
● Battery life:6 days, 30 days in standby
● Compatibility:Android 4.4 and up, iOS 8.0 and up
Release date and price
In the US, the Huawei Fit is already at a price of 130 US dollars on the shelves. In Germany, Spain, Italy and Portugal, the product is expected to appear on the market towards the end of November 2016. A German sales price is not yet known, but we reckon with a 1:1 conversion, i.e. 130 euro.