Huawei’s recent venture into the research of smart wearables and its development has been yielding profitable returns. In the wake of the launch of its enormous research center equipped with the sole aim of conducting research and developing wearables that would have a tremendous impact on health and fitness, comes the news of the new Huawei Watch D smart wearable, featuring blood pressure monitoring, to be unveiled in December.
The company that only recently launched its Huawei Watch GT Runner, with a 14days battery life and up to various sports modes, is set to launch another smart wearable with advanced features. According to a tip, the new smartwatch will be Huawei’s new smartwatch with the feature to measure the blood pressure directly from the wrist. The smartwatch will be on the Chinese market by December.
As seen on a Chinese site, Weibo, promotional photographs of the Huawei watch D indicates that it has little resemblance to the previous product. The rectangular watch has 2 buttons on the side that could be used to navigate the health or home settings of the site. According to reports, just like the Huawei smartphone with the blood pressure monitoring feature meets medical device standards, so does the Huawei watch D boasts of accurate results and has been certified as a class II medical device from the state Drug Administration board.
About a week ago, Huawei launched the Huawei Watch GT Runner, which featured a 1.43-inch circular AMOLED touch screen, 466×466 pixels with a 46mm bezel that runs on Harmony OS. While the specification of the tab ranges from TruSeen 5.0+ heart rate, blood oxygen saturation, sleep and stress monitor, 100 sports modes, v5.2 Bluetooth, 2.4 GHz Wifi, and NFC band as well as waterproof function with IP68 rating.
Another major unique component of the smartwatch is its 451mAh battery that could last up to 14days under normal circumstances and 7 days if used extensively.
The Huawei Watch D will be available in December, but the actual features and launch date remain unknown at the moment, according to the tip.