Just a few days ago, Huawei unveiled the Watch GT 3 and Watch GT Runner. The two wearables are coming on October 28th (tomorrow). Prior to releasing the duo, the company released Huawei Watch Fit Mini in Europe. The device brings a new design with a plethora of features.
The Watch Fit Mini has a smaller screen and is a light-weighted wristband. The watch is a mini variant of the previously launched Watch Fit. The earlier variant is a 1.64-inch, large AMOLED smartwatch and weighs 21g without the strap. The new watch is a 1.47-inch AMOLED watch and weighs 20g (without the strap). The watch has a resolution of is 368 x 194 pixels.
The Huawei Watch Fit Mini comes with three strap options – Frosty White and Mocha Brown are made out of leather, and Taro Purple is a fluoroelastomer strap.
The three sensors on this device include gyroscope, accelerometer, and heart rate sensors. The device also monitors SpO2, which is the level of oxygen in the blood. This feature gives you a buzz when the SPO2 drops under 80% and recommends you to see a medical specialist.
The battery power is 180mAh with an advertised life date of up to 14 days with a single recharge.
The device also features Cycle Calendar, useful for female users. This feature will send timely reminders when their period is coming. This feature also provides the Health app that keeps track of the period.
There are also 96 different indoor and outdoor exercise modes. The TruSleep 2.0 features sleep quality with up to 96% accuracy.
Huawei is selling this Watch Fit Mini for €99 (that’s about $115) in Europe.
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