Huawei Watch Description
With a new wave in wearable tech Huawei is also staying up with the times being one of the largest smartphone producers of the world! They have a range of watches that have many functions to aid your health or just to help ease of access to your incoming messages and calls so you don't always have to pull out your phone whenever it buzzes.
Since they entered this segment of the market they have been adding new models with features that are also original to Huawei, like on the Huawei Band series where the screen bit pops out and can be used as an in-ear hands-free device! Which is a very innovative idea. Although this does add a bit of bulk but that's a small tradeoff. The other features include all the health-related information like heart rate and how many steps you are clocking in! Also sleep trackers that let you know what level of sleep you were in over the course of a night so you know when you had good deep sleep and when it was kind of restless. With the ability to set milestones so you are being productive and active as well.
There are Huawei watches have the classic watch look with a bezel, the brushed finish and a nice comfortable strap. There are sporty looks and some which are designed for women as well, so a variety of aesthetics are covered. Making use of OLED and AMOLED screens so the quality is crisp and easy to read on something that scale! With Gorilla Glass so your watch doesn't shatter its face in case it drops from your hand or gets hit while you fall with it on! Including a phone locator is smart, which makes your phone beep even if it is on silent mode as long as you are connected to it through Bluetooth and are in range.
Given how some of them are built one would imagine a Huawei watch is all you need to stay in touch with space for an eSIM and 4GB space. The SIM allows for you to connect to 4G and essentially use this watch to make calls, send messages and stream music! Coming with NFC, it supports a plethora of payment systems – Huawei and Ali Pay, plus the WeChat system. Essentially making this an all in one device that can be used in multiple ways outside of the sphere of being connected to a smartphone! Slowly improving on the battery time, Huawei claims some of their watches last 2 weeks with only the basic functions in use.