Huawei Band 3 is the name of Huawei’s newest wearable fitness tracker, which was just unveiled. At the event that took place a few days ago in Paris, the gizmo was shown off for the first time together with two new models of Watch GT, the Huawei P30 series, and the new FreeLace earbuds.
The fitness band is in reality a variant of the Band 3 Pro with reduced capabilities. The most notable distinction is that it does not come equipped with a GPS receiver. In addition to that, it varies in terms of the colors that are used for the strap, as well as the price. The normal version is approximately twenty dollars less expensive.
Your activity can be monitored around the clock with the help of the accelerometer, gyroscope, and TruSeen 3.0 optical heart rate monitor that come included with Band 3. You will receive information on the fundamentals, such as your steps, distance traveled, calories burned, and heart rate, among other things.
The statistics on sleep are extremely specific. They are the result of collaboration between the CDB center at Harvard Medical School and the research team. The AI will assist you in identifying the six concerns related to sleep that are the most common and will provide you with 200 potential solutions to help you get a better night’s rest. The band also has an infrared (IR) sensor, which is meant to cut down on disturbances at night.
The Band 3 comes equipped with a variety of different sports modes, such as walking, running both indoors and outdoors, cycling both indoors and outdoors, and free training. Firstbeat will give you information about what to do after training and how long you should rest so that you don’t get hurt from overtraining.
After you have finished swimming, the tracker can calculate your average SWOLF, number of turns, and calories burned. It is water resistant up to a depth of 50 meters. However, according to Huawei, you shouldn’t wear it when showering or diving because of the high water pressure in those environments.
The fitness band, just like the Pro version, includes a non-reflective AMOLED color touchscreen that is 0.95 inches in size and has a resolution of 120 x 240 pixels. The display has 2.5D protected glass and is housed in a bracelet made of breathable silicone and silicone straps.
The width of the main body measures 19 mm, while the spread measures 45 mm. The main body has a maximum thickness of 11 millimeters, and the total device weighs only 25 grams. Because there are no physical buttons, you will need to use the touch screen in order to navigate.
The life of the battery is really good. According to Huawei, the Band 3 can go up to 20 days between charges and can be powered on for an entire calendar month.
Overall, it seems like a reasonably good small multi-sport fitness tracker, especially for the price. It is anticipated that it will be made available in the near future in four different colors at a starting price of approximately $45.