One of the features of the Watch GT 2 Pro by Huawei is the support for blood oxygen saturation detection thanks to the SpO2 monitor included. The product page had revealed that the watch supports automatic 24-hour level detection but with the caveat that it will be available via an OTA update. Huawei has now begun rolling out the update to the watch.
The update is already rolling out in China and brings the firmware version to 10.1.2.36. It is a small update, coming in at just 46.20 MB in size. With the new automatic blood oxygen detection, the watch will track your SpO2 level at intervals all through the day. This means you will be able to check your levels while sleeping, at home, outdoors, during exercises, or when you are at elevated levels. This provides more comprehensive info for users.
Below is the full changelog for the update:
- Added automatic blood oxygen detection
- Added support for Korean, Burmese, Bengali, and Persian
- Optimize weather card
- Optimize custom settings for swimming pool length
It is important to state that the automatic blood detection feature is only available for Android users. So if you are an iOS user and plan to get the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro, know that you will not be able to use this feature.
The Watch GT 2 Pro has a 1.39-inch 454 x 454 AMOLED display that is protected by scratch-resistant Sapphire Glass. The watch can track more than 100 sport modes including golf, skiing, and snowboarding with detailed info.
It has built-in GPS with a route back feature in case the GPS signal is low and you need to return to your starting point. There is sleep tracking, 24-hour heart rate monitoring, and stress monitoring. It also has 4GB of built-in storage.
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