Huawei Watch Fit 2 makes a mark in mid-range wearables market

June 15, 2022

Huawei has always maintained its ground with a successful strategy and a lineup of wearables that are stylish, unique, and packed with features that make life easier. For Huawei, revenue from wearable devices and smart screens increased by more than 30% year on year in 2021 globally. In the third quarter of 2021, Huawei led the world in shipments of smartwatches and bands. By the end of 2021, Huawei had cumulatively shipped more than 100 million units of wearables. The Huawei Health app that provides users with comprehensive data, science-based exercise advice, and targeted health management services has attracted 83 million monthly active users worldwide. In total, Huawei health and fitness products have served more than 320 million users worldwide.
The newly launched Huawei Watch Fit 2 is yet another step in the right direction. It follows a design similar to the Huawei Watch Fit but with more refinements. The new watch has an AMOLED 1.74-inch Huawei FullView Display and a new chessboard launcher that offers a seamless user experience. Users can customise the watch using a wide selection of watch bands and watch faces.
Huawei Watch Fit 2 features a speaker and a microphone and supports Bluetooth calling feature that allows users to accept or reject calls. If users are not available to answer the phone, they can quickly reply in the form of a short message with one tap. The reply can be customised in the Huawei Health App, allowing users to always stay online and not miss anything important. Users can also reply quickly to messages via instant messaging apps from the watch itself.
Wearables usually struggle when it comes to battery life. But Huawei Watch Fit 2 shines with 10 full days of battery life under typical usage scenarios and 7 days under heavy usage on a single charge. On top of that, fast charging technology allows users to use the watch for 24 hours with a 5-minute charge.
Apart from all these, what makes the Huawei Watch Fit 2 a powerful contender in the smart wearables segment is its solid health and fitness tracking features. The smartwatch tracks a range of health data, with Huawei’s upgraded Huawei TruSeen 5.0 heart rate monitoring technology accurately measuring users’ BPM and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2); and the ability to track sleep patterns. The smartwatch can analyse the different stages of each night’s sleep, identify a range of different sleep problems and offer solutions. Besides, the Huawei Health App has a range of other ways to promote a healthy lifestyle. Users can use the Healthy Living Management to create a unique wellness plan, including daily steps, water intake, workouts and more, which the app reminds them of every day, offering positive feedback to keep users feeling good about maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Huawei Watch Fit 2 supports offline music playback and allows users to play music directly from their smartwatch while working out. Users can also manage music playback through mobile apps and match different playlists to different sports.
The watch supports 97 workout modes, including running, cycling, weight training, dancing, ball games, winter sports and more. There’s also a built-in animated fitness coach for 7 selected modes, offering easy-to-follow audio instructions and demonstrations – including warm-up and cool down – making it easy for users to fit their workouts into their lives and track their progress as they go. Huawei’s Running Ability Index (RAI) can analyse a user’s height, age, weight, fitness and running experience to create a professional-level training plan that keeps adapting based on the user’s progress.
It’s these features and aspects of the Huawei Watch Fit 2 that give it a competitive edge over others in the smartwatch segment.




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