Published on September 28th, 2020 | by Adrian Gunning
Style up your fitness with the new HUAWEI WATCH FIT
Following the global announcement of the HUAWEI WATCH FIT at the Huawei Developer Conference (HDC) 2020, Huawei has today announced that its latest fitness watch will be available for purchase in Australia from Monday 28 September.
The HUAWEI WATCH FIT is an intelligent fitness watch that ushers in a new era of smart wearables, challenging users to style up their fitness as they reframe their outlook on their own performance and the world around them.
Featuring a rounded rectangular face with a large 1.64 AMOLED display, the HUAWEI WATCH FIT encourages users to get into new forms of exercise through a variety of animated fitness courses, workout modes and scientific health tracking features that can be shared directly with the Huawei Health app so that users can accurately record their latest data and performance in real time, and help plan exercise regimes.
Larking Huang, Managing Director of Huawei Consumer Business in Australia: “The WATCH FIT boasts an impressive 10 days battery life, built-in animated personal trainer and the ability to track and monitor your workouts, heart rate, sleep, stress levels and blood oxygen saturation, making it the new smart workout partner that every Aussie fitness beginner or enthusiast needs this year.
“With an ultra slim and light design, I can barely feel it on my wrist – great for when I’m playing soccer, to in the office and even sleeping. It truly is the perfect all-day companion. A personal highlight for me is the auto-brightness adjustment, which offers better viewing in sunlight when I’m playing soccer outdoors – a feature that will be great for Aussies in the summer months.”
Reframe your fitness
Whether pushing themselves to run long distances or experimenting with Yoga or Pilates, many Aussies are starting a new fitness journey and need a smart companion to guide them along the way. The new HUAWEI WATCH FIT delivers on this front, with intelligent features specifically designed to help Aussies work out anytime, anywhere.
This is Huawei’s first smartwatch to support an animated personal trainer covering 12 workout courses, including 44 posture demonstrations. The individually animated fitness courses provide users with free one-on-one personal training without the need for a smartphone or any other device. Bite-sized strength training, abdominal workouts and other exercises can help Aussies to exercise at home even if they are pushed for time. Additionally, ‘stand up reminders’ nudge users to stay active when sitting for prolonged periods.
For those wanting to track their performance in detail, the HUAWEI WATCH FIT supports 96 workout modes with advanced data tracking: 11 professional workout modes cover the most popular exercise types, including running, walking, cycling, swimming and more; a further 85 workout modes, including fitness training, dancing, ball games, water sports, winter sports and extreme sports, ensure users are covered no matter how niche their athletic interests are.
Reframe your health
Huawei’s proprietary TruSeen™ 4.0 heart rate monitoring technology allows HUAWEI WATCH FIT to support intelligent background heart rate monitoring, displaying users’ current resting heart rate, in addition to an infographic showing how their heart rate changed over the last 24 hours. It also provides an abnormal heart rate alert function which notifies you when your continuous resting heart rate is too high or too low.
HUAWEI TruSleep™ 2.0 delivers sleep stage monitoring, real-time heart rate monitoring, sleep respiration quality and big data analysis. The watch intelligently recognises when the user falls asleep and wakes up, using this data to present a comprehensive sleep analysis which shows the different stages such as light sleep, deep sleep, REM and wakefulness. Harnessing Huawei’s AI technology, it can accurately identify six typical sleep problems including difficulty falling asleep, light sleeping, restlessness, early awakening, too many dreams, and an irregular work and rest schedule. Combined with the long-lasting battery life, this means users can track their sleep every night to improve their health.
Rounding off the comprehensive health tracking features, SpO2 monitoring, stress level monitoring and menstrual cycle management ensure users have all the data they need to keep their mind at ease. SpO2 monitoring helps you keep track of blood oxygen saturation, while stress level monitoring offers breathing exercises to help you relax and menstrual cycle management helps female users accurately grasp their physical wellbeing and predict their menstrual cycle.
Reframe your style
HUAWEI WATCH FIT is Huawei’s first ever smart sports watch with a rounded rectangular face. Measuring 1.64 inches, the large yet perfectly proportioned AMOLED HD display allows consumers to engage with the animated fitness courses and other unique features. With ultra-slim bezels, users can enjoy the dazzling and colourful display with minimal distractions.
Weighing only 34g, the HUAWEI WATCH FIT has a light and sleek appearance which will complement any outfit. On-trend wrist strap colour options including mint green, sakura pink, and graphite black give consumers the power to express themselves as they mix and match their looks.
The customisation does not stop there, as HUAWEI WATCH FIT offers over 130 different watch face design options through Huawei’s Watch Face Store, meaning users can personalise their watch faces with their own photo albums synced directly from their smartphones, and they can choose which data is on display according to their own needs.
The HUAWEI WATCH FIT will RRP at AUD$249 in Mint Green, Sakura Prink and Graphite Black across Australia starting Monday 28 September, and is available for purchase from JB Hi-Fi*, Harvey Norman**, The Good Guys**, Amazon, Mobileciti, Kogan and the Huawei Authorised Experience Store.
 Oxygen saturation refers to the fraction of oxygen-saturated hemoglobin relative to total hemoglobin in the blood. This product is not a medical devices, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Availability may vary by region.
 All the features are designed neither for medical use nor diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any disease. All date and measurements should be used for personal reference only.
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