Huawei launches Watch GT with battery lasting up to 2 weeks without recharging
By Steve Lowry 2019-04-16 159 0
The Watch GT has a look similar to Watch 2, a previous version that comes with Android Wear — the name used by Google for the current Wear OS. It looks like a traditional watch, with a steel shining armor and two side buttons. The biggest difference is that it operates with the Lite OS and a dual-core processor that allows the smartwatch to operate at a lower consumption level with a battery with a capacity of 420 mAh: It is up to two weeks without recharge in connected mode or 30 days with heart rate and GPS switched off.
The AMOLED touch screen is coloured and has 1.39 inch and 454 x 454 p resolution, with diamond-type carbon coating on the glass and ceramic bezel. In Addition to GPS, it can identify data about sleep, running, biking, swimming and walking — with the aid of the built-in altimeter. The dimensions of the device are 10.6 mm thick and 46.5 mm wide.
Watch GT also supports continuous heart rate tracking and promises optimization through artificial intelligence (AI) to provide more accurate readings — being able to detect when not in an ideal position to get a measurement Accurate and correct readings obtained from the optical sensor.
There are Still no details about price and release date, but this should be announced shortly and we will update this information as soon as it happens.
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