The first appearance in Europe of the new Honor watches

Today, the Honor brand, which is a spin-off of Huawei, is releasing its first flagship smartwatches in Europe. The launch of Watch Magic and Dream has been coordinated to take place at the same time that the company’s newest smartphone, the Honor View 20, has been made public.

In point of fact, the two watches have been available for some time now, having made their debut in China in October of the previous year. Huawei’s Watch GT is similar to the Magic and Dream, smartwatches that are more compact, less complicated, and more affordable.

In all honesty, there is not much that can be said to differentiate the two. The primary distinction is found in the colors. While the Dream is only offered in pink and white, the Magic comes in black, dark blue, and silver to choose from. In addition, Dream offers bands of a more manageable size.

A circular frame made of 316L stainless steel is what they both have in common. On either side of the rim are two physical buttons, in addition to a tachymeter scale.

The gadgets really share more characteristics with their successor, the Huawei Watch GT, than they do with their forerunner, the Huawei Fit. They all come with an AMOLED display that has a resolution of 390 x 390 (326 ppi), but the one that Honor offers is 1.2 inches in size, making it 0.19 inches smaller than the others. The plastic case has been reduced from 46.5mm to 42mm.

Both the Watch Magic and the Watch Dream are now slimmer, measuring just 9.8 millimeters (versus 10.6mm). Because of this, they are a more appealing choice for both men and women to consider. Due to the fact that they weigh only 32.5 grams, you will hardly notice that they are on your wrist.

The new watches are water-resistant to a depth of fifty meters (165 feet) (5 ATM). All of these features, like a heart rate monitor, nine different fitness monitoring modes, built-in GPS (with GLONASS and Galileo), and NFC for making payments on the go, are included as standard.

In addition to that, Honor includes TruSleep, which monitors your sleep as well as blood pressure monitoring (BPM) based on your heart rate variability. Because this is not something that we have seen on other smartwatches, the accuracy of the BPM capability will be demonstrated by user tests conducted in the real world.

The icing on the cake is the fact that the battery has a capacity of 178 mAh, which is sufficient for a full week’s worth of regular use. This is made easier by the fact that the smartwatch uses Lite OS, which is the streamlined version of Huawei’s proprietary operating system that is used by the Watch GT.

On January 23, sales of Watch Magic and Dream will begin in the countries of France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and Spain. It won’t be long before Russia and other nations follow suit. There is, as of yet, no information on availability in the US.

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