Huawei, Honor and Fitbit are working on new wrist wearables. The indiscretions all came out "at the same time" – in the past few hours, a short distance from each other.
Here is everything that emerged:
In this case, the information comes from the EEC database, or Eurasian Economic Commission, but in recent weeks the device has also been certified by the FCC and other similar bodies around the world.
The code name should be VID-B19, and compared to the Watch GT 2 family currently on the market, the big news should be support for wireless charging. The built-in battery appears to have the same capacity as that of the other models – 455 mAh, in other words. Nothing else is known. However, it is reasonable to expect that the presentation will coincide with the new Mate 40 smartphone family, let's say within a few weeks.
This is an official preview, published by Honor directly on its official Weibo channel. The post anticipates the name of the product and its destination: hikers and mountain enthusiasts. Unfortunately, there are no more concrete details to accompany it, but the release shouldn't be too far away – CEO George Zhao said the latest tests of the finished product are already underway. If we had to guess, we could assume a rugged smartwatch, with good autonomy and a GPS with quality tracking, but who knows.
The first two are smartwatches, the third is a smart band. WinFuture has published a series of renderings of all and how many products; unfortunately there is little concrete information, but there is some information that can be deduced from the images.
For starters, no physical buttons whatsoever – maybe there's a pressure-sensitive surface, but nothing more. In addition, looking at the writing in the case you learn water resistance up to 50 ATM (what does this mean?), Voice controls and GPS. The difference is that only the Sense has an icon that is somehow related to the heart rate, although both show very clearly that they have the relevant sensors. We can therefore infer that the Sense has something more, but we don't know what – maybe an ECG, like on the Apple Watch?
Fitbit Versa 3
Fitbit Inspire 2
As for the Inspire 2 there isn't much to say. The previous generation was born to offer more or less the same features as the more popular Charge at slightly lower prices.
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