In August last year, Huawei had announced the Watch Fit, a fashion-focused fitness band designed like a smartwatch. The company later launched the smartwatch in China around December last year and there were speculations of a special edition coming. Huawei has now launched the Watch Fit Elegant. The new model adds two new colour options to the mix as well as some design tweaks.
The Huawei Watch Fit Elegant utilizes a polished stainless steel watch frame and the strap is also made from a soft fluoroelastomer material. This is in contrast with the plastic frame and silicone strap that is used on the regular Watch Fit. The smartwatch will only be available in Frosty White with golden accents and Midnight Black option tweaked with silver buckle and frame.
The soft fluoroelastomer strap used on this model has better resistance to heat, oil, moisture, and stretching. Although they are a bit more expensive than silicone straps, they afford users a more durable option and one which won’t likely cause any allergic reaction with the skin.
The Huawei Watch Fit Elegant retains the internal specifications of the Watch Fit. This includes a rectangular 1.64-inch AMOLED display with 2.5D curved glass on top. The watch has an HD resolution of 280 x 456 pixels, 326PPI, and a 70% screen-to-body ratio. The display supports full-screen input and the watch has a dimension of 46 x 30 x 10.7mm.
On the left side, there is a single button that acts as the power button and that can also be used to wake up the device. The watch equally comes with support for six new Always-on Display watch faces that will show information even when your watch is inactive.
The smartwatch also features a built-in GPS sensor, 5ATM water/dust protection, AI heart rate algorithm, a 6-axis IMU sensor (Accelerometer sensor, Gyroscope sensor), Optical heart rate sensor, capacitive sensor, and ambient light sensor.
Other features onboard include 24-hour heart rate monitoring, SpO2 blood oxygen saturation detection, menstruation cycle trackers, Huawei TruSleep 2.0 for better sleep tracking, and TruRelax to keep track of your stress meter.
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The watch is powered by a Kirin A1 chipset and runs on Huawei’s LiteOS. The battery can last fr up to 12 days on standby. We expect that to reduce when features like GPS are in use. It also has reminders for SMS messages, incoming calls, calendar events, and other social media Apps. Also, it comes with all the necessary apps and widgets to take better control over music playback, snap a photo, find your phone, as well as other features such as weather, alarm, timer, stopwatch, and a flashlight.
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