Huawei held a European presentation of the Mate Xs 2 foldable smartphone and brought a bunch of accessories to Europe: Watch GT 3 Pro, Watch D, Fit 2 smart watches and Band 7 bracelet, as well as the S-Tag fitness tracker. All devices will go on sale this summer. So what about European prices?
Huawei’s foldable flagship will go on sale in Europe starting at €1,999. The exact date of the start of sales, regions and price tags of all configurations are still kept secret.
As for the watch, the ceramic version of the Watch GT 3 Pro with a 43 mm dial is priced at 499/699 euros, depending on the material of the strap – leather or ceramic.
The titanium version of the watch with a 46 mm dial is priced lower: 369/389/499 euros (fluoroelastomer/leather/titanium).
They differ from past watches with improved protection against moisture (up to 30 m) and new features: ECG analysis, recognition of arterial stiffness and TruSeen 5.0+ technology, which assesses the condition of the heart muscle and blood oxygen saturation.
Huawei Watch D, the world’s first watch with an inflatable tonometer strap, is priced at 449 euros. They are equipped with a mini-pump capable of generating pressure up to 40 kPa, which allows you to measure blood pressure up to 230 mm Hg – and this is comparable to traditional blood pressure monitors.
At the same time, the watch is six times smaller than similar devices, and you can always carry it with you, tracking activity indicators and ECG.
Huawei Band 7 will go on sale for 59 euros. We have already written about it before, so we offer to refresh your memory.
The Fit 2 watch will be released in three versions – Active, Classic, Elegant. The company valued them at 149/199/249 euros respectively.
They received a 1.74-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 336 × 480, an updated interface with a checkerboard pattern of icons, a microphone and a speaker for answering calls.
The latest gadget brought by the company to Europe was the S-Tag fitness tracker. It is able to recognize up to 13 types of activities thanks to 9-axis sensors, and can even give useful training tips through the application, and a convenient clip will allow you to fix it not only on clothes, but also, for example, on a bicycle. There is no price tag yet.
The company has also updated the Huawei Health app with a HUAWEI Health+ subscription. The paid subscription includes the HUAWEI Breathing Training program, as well as the Stay Fit nutrition and training plan, which allows users to plan workouts based on their personal eating habits and athletic performance.
The HUAWEI Health+ subscription will initially be available only in Germany and Italy.
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