Huawei Launching Two New Wearables In Austria, Will Open Experience Store In Vienna

Huawei launching Band 6 and Watch Fit Elegant in Austria
Huawei Band 6 (Photo: Huawei)

Huawei is launching two new wearables in Austria. In addition to a new fitness band, there is an elegant, but an inexpensive smartwatch.

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The Chinese tech giant will be releasing the sixth generation of its fitness bracelet – Huawei Band 6 – in Austria at the end of April. The Band 6 comes in two colors: Black and Pink and the price is 59 Euros.

“With a local increase in deliveries of 214 percent in Austria and 36 percent on a global level, the success and popularity of smart wearables is also evident on the market,” said Huawei. Tracking one’s own fitness is still very much in vogue, reports Heute.

With a 1.47-inch AMOLED Full View display, the Huawei Band 6 offers a display area that is 148 percent larger. The display has a resolution of 194 x 368 pixels. Compared to its predecessor, the display was more colorful, and the screen now shows more information such as larger photos, more in-depth training statistics, and continuous heart rate measurements. Four intuitive touchscreen controls are also new.

Huawei Watch Fit Elegant

The Huawei Watch Fit Elegant is an elegant-looking smartwatch with an affordable price tag. It is already available in white and black for 109 Euros. The Huawei Watch Fit Elegant is a design upgrade of the already sold Huawei Watch Fit with a polished stainless-steel case and plastic band. The Elegant has a 1.64-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 280 x 456 pixels. The watch automatically adjusts the brightness based on the ambient conditions. The battery should last around ten days.

A smartwatch

The watch can track your blood oxygen with the simple touch of a finger. There are twelve animated workouts and 44 standard movement demonstrations. Heart rate, calories burned and the duration of exercise are also measured. There are also 96 different training modes. Also included: GPS sensor, waterproof housing, and quick charge. Only five minutes of charging time should take the watch over a whole day.

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Huawei presented in Austria recently alongside the new wearables also the first monitor of the company (Huawei Display 28.3 “), and the headphones Huawei FreeBuds 4i and the new notebooks Huawei Mate Book X Pro 2021 and Huawei Mate Book D14.

Huawei also confirmed that it will Open a Huawei Experience Store on Kärntner Strasse in Vienna in summer 2021.

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