At a recent Huawei event, the firm announced its latest entry in its foldable phone lineup, the Mate Xs 2. During the event, the company also announced two new wearables, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro and the Huawei Band 7. There’s a lot to unpack. About the latter, so let’s get started.
The Huawei Band originally made its debut in 2016, providing consumers with an affordable fitness tracking solution. Over the years, the Band line has slowly evolved, adding noteworthy features while still maintaining a reasonable price point. The Band 7 is no exception, offering more than its predecessor, in an even more comprehensive package.
The Huawei Band 7 features a 1.47-inch AMOLED display and weighs just under 16g. The overall package is fairly compact, measuring 44.35mm x 26mm, and is only 9.9mm thick. It is 1mm thinner than the previous model. When it comes to aesthetics, there are four different colors and over 8000 watch faces to choose from. As far as battery life goes, you’re looking at about two weeks or about ten days of heavy use. Luckily, if you ever find yourself running out of battery, a five-minute quick charge will give you two days of battery life.
Huawei Band 7: Specifications
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The Band 7 will offer an impressive 96 different sports that it can track, using the device’s accelerometer and gYeroscope sensor. to monitor heart rate, Huawei’s own TruSeen 4.0 technology will take the reins while providing accurate data in real time.
There are two different versions of the Band 7, a standard model and an NFC version that will allow you to pay with compatible services and terminals. at base price 269 (~$40 USD), this could be an excellent solution for those in the market for fitness tracking with robust options. If you want to get your hands on these devices, it is now available for pre-order from select retailers in China. It is currently unknown whether the Huawei Band 7 will be available outside China.