Huawei presents its new Band 7 in Europe, the best rival of the Xiaomi Mi Band that will be sold in the coming weeks at a price of 59 euros and in multiple colors.
The launch in Europe of the very interesting Huawei Band 7 had been waiting since its presentation, and that is the best rival of the popular Xiaomi Mi Band a few weeks ago it presented credentials in China, although the Shenzhen giant has waited until today to confirm landing your new generation of devices. In fact, it is that Huawei has presented at once the Huawei Mate Xs 2, Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro, Huawei Watch Fit 2, and finally to those who will undoubtedly be your two most important wearables and what are these Huawei Watch D and the aforementioned Huawei Band 7 Of which we now tell you all the details.
This is the new Watch D, the best smartwatch for Huawei ecosystems. the best smart accessories for Huawei smartphone users with HarmonyOS system, although to become more attractive among the general public both They will be compatible with both Android and iOS.especially the Huawei Band 7 bracelet that can be used linked to any terminal that has Bluetooth and runs Android 6.0, iOS 9.0 or higher versions.
Huawei presents in Europe a wide range of new products, with an impressive foldable and ‘wearables’ as interesting as the Huawei Band 7, which is already the best rival of Xiaomi’s Mi Band smart bracelet.
New Huawei Band 7: this is the main rival of the next Xiaomi Mi Band
Huawei Band 7
Huawei’s new Band 7 evolves on the idea of a sports quantifier bracelet with a very comfortable cut, keeping its rectangular AMOLED screen and a known form factor in which autonomy is key. Not in vain, in its 44.35 x 26 x 9.99 millimeters and 15 grams of weight it fits a battery life of up to 2 weeks which will allow us to monitor our activity without the hassle of a daily load. It has a 1.47-inch full-color AMOLED display Bluetooth 5.0 LE wireless connectivity as well as NFC to enable mobile payments adding a huge and versatile battery of sensors with an accelerometer, gyroscope, SpO2, and cardiac monitor, which will allow us to detect and quantify up to 96 sports activities track sleep and even prevent arrhythmias.
It is water resistant up to 5 atmospheres, so we can bathe with it and continue our activities in the pool, being compatible with iOS 9.0 and Android 6.0 or higher plus obviously Harmony OS 2, for virtually universal operation. It will come in a bunch of colors with interchangeable straps, at a starting price of 59 euros in Central Europe. This is what the new Huawei Band 7 looks like in its four available colors.
Huawei Watch D
Regarding this boxy-looking watch that stays halfway between the Apple Watch, a FitBit Versa, and a Samsung Gear of the first generations, we have to say that surely is Huawei’s most advanced wearable in terms of health quantification since in its case all the novelties and sensors that we have seen in other similar devices from the competition are included.
Thus, we will see a smartwatch with the usual accelerometers and gyroscopes, but also with a heart monitor, electrocardiogram measurement system, blood pressure monitor, oximeter, and barometer which will allow us to keep an eye on our hearts being able to detect arrhythmias and monitor our blood pressure, in addition to performing indicative ECGs. can detect dozens of exercises and sports different to quantify them, with IP68 protection that allows you to get wet but makes you more sensitive in the sea or in swimming pools, adding to all these new health tracking apps with a dedicated physical access button.
Huawei’s best ‘wearable’ to monitor our health. In terms of hardware, we have a 1.64-inch AMOLED touch screen and 456 x 280-pixel resolution, connectivity Bluetooth 5.1 LE, GPS, and NFC for mobile payments along with a battery that offers autonomy for up to 7 days of theoretical use and wireless charging. It is also universally compatible, in its case with iOS 12, Android 6, and Harmony OS 2 or higher, all this in an original ‘retro’ style casing with 51 x 38 x 13.6 millimeters and 40.9 grams of weight. What is its price? Well, unfortunately, it won’t be cheap. it costs no less than 449 euros for launch. If confirmed, this will be the worst of the Pixel Watch by far.
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