Huawei introduced the Huawei Fit affordable smartwatch in November of 2016 as a fitness-first tracking wearable device that gives all it has to that purpose only. To provide the best of activity tracking and battery lifespan, Huawei had to sacrifice the Android Wear operating system for wearable technologies for a custom OS that extends the battery life of the device. Huawei proudly promotes the Fit smart watch as a wearable device that has a battery life of up to 6 days. Originally priced at $129.99, the Huawei Fit received a significant price cut for a limited time, and it can now be purchased for just $69.99 via Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H.
The Huawei Fit watch sports a tiny touchscreen display with a diameter of 1.04-inch made of the durable Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and features a resolution of 208 x 208 pixels. The pixel density measures 200 PPI, more than a fair resolution for the price.
Huawei’s budget wearable device features a heart rate sensor, a 6-axis motion sensor made up of an accelerometer and gyroscope, a capacitive sensor, and low-energy Bluetooth 4.2. Powered by a tiny 80 mAh battery, the Huawei Fit provides an extended battery time because of its particular operating system that requires the minimum of energy to function.
Huawei Fit features a waterproof design and possesses an IP68 certification to back it up. Something everyone will love about this tiny smartwatch is its lightweight, weighing at just 35 grams, you won’t even feel it on your wrist.
In the terms of connectivity, the watch supports interaction with Android and iOS devices for syncing activity data and delivering them straight to your phone’s larger screen.