Today, Huawei announced the launch of the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG as well as the Band 6 Pro. The first one is equipped with an electrocardiogram monitor, while the second one has a temperature sensor built in. The following provides all the information necessary for the wearables, including the locations at which they may be purchased.
At an event that took place earlier this morning, Huawei also introduced a new smart speaker, a smart screen, and the P50 series of smartphones. The two products were also among those unveiled. There have been many iterations of these two types of accessories over the years. Currently, we are receiving incremental improvements that are applied to the first versions.
ECG Huawei Watch GT2 Pro
Since September 2020, Huawei has started selling the GT2 Pro version of their watch. It came after the GT2 e version, which was made available in the spring of 2020, and the Watch GT 2, which was made available in September of 2019. The Watch GT 2 Pro ECG is the most up-to-date iteration of this particular model.
This time around, the new component is an electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor, which allows for the recording and measurement of electrocardiogram data. It functions in a manner that is comparable to that of other gadgets of this kind, requiring that you place your finger on the sensor on the watch.
The remainder of the functionality from the Pro version has been adapted for this version. This consists of measuring your SpO2, heart rate, sleep, and stress levels, as well as 100 different training modes and more. The LiteOS smartphone comes with a 1.39-inch AMOLED display that is safeguarded by the sapphire crystal-infused glass and a titanium frame for further durability.
Huawei’s Band 6 Pro
The Huawei Band 6 was made available for purchase in April of 2021. The enormous display, which is not typical of the displays that are seen in conventional fitness trackers, is the primary innovative aspect of this product. The 1.47-inch AMOLED display provides an excellent viewing experience and, in a way, muddles the distinction between fitness bands and smartwatches.
In terms of technical specifications, you will get the typical fitness tracking sensors, including the SpO2 sensor. In contrast to other monitoring methods, continuous blood oxygen saturation measurements are taken.
The Pro version does not come with an integrated GPS or NFC as the normal model does. Rather than that, it attaches a temperature monitor to the system. At this point, we do not know if this operates on an as-needed basis or continuously around the clock. I really hope that the latter is the case.
The functioning of the other parts has not changed. You will thus continue to have access to 96 different training modes and a battery life that lasts for around two weeks.
Beginning on August 12th, consumers will be able to place orders for the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG at a price of CNY 3,088 (about $480). The Band 6 Pro will be available eight days later at a price of CNY 449 ($70), which has been determined. There is currently no information on worldwide availability, but this is likely to change in the next few months.