On October 31, the Honor Watch event will still take place. A few advertising posters that provide further details on the upcoming watch have been placed by the brand in the lead-up to the big event. The S1, internationally known as the Huawei Fit, was the spin-off brand’s most recent smartwatch and is now more than two years old. It has a simple design and an always-on monochrome touchscreen. There is the typical array of fitness tracking sensors within, but no GPS is integrated. Although these specifications are not particularly noteworthy, the fact that they are less expensive than some of the alternatives makes them a reasonable option for purchase.
However, a new and enhanced version is about to arrive. Some hints regarding the new watch can be found by taking a closer look at advertising photographs.
A round stainless steel frame supports the apparatus. The rim features two physical buttons on the side and a tachymeter scale, unlike its predecessor. The straps in the poster appear to be two-tone rubber and leather and appear to be interchangeable.
The new Honor Watch specifications are revealed in promotional photographs.
It is safe to presume that the watch contains an NFC chip because one of the promotional photos highlights its payment capabilities. According to earlier leaks, it will support water resistance and GPS (including Beidou and Glonass). Other than that, we anticipate it will carry over all the sensors from the previous generation watch, including the accelerometer, gyrometer, and optical heart rate sensor.
Due to its Lite OS, the smartphone can go a full week without a charge. This is the Huawei Watch GT’s bare-bones operating system.
The cost of a Huawei Fit is roughly $120. Given the specifications, we predict that the new version will sell for almost twice as much. On a number of trading platforms, pre-registration of orders started on October 23.