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Workout without a trainer with the help of this new smartwatch from Huawei

On this auspicious occasion of Diwali, Huawei has launched its latest smartwatch Huawei Watch Fit in India. Fitness freaks faced a lot of trouble during Covid. Due to the lockdown, most of the gyms in the country remained closed, due to which the people going to the gym every day could not follow their fitness routine.

Keeping this in mind, Huawei has added some features in its new watch that will help you to work out in such circumstances at home without going to the gym. So let’s know more briefly about the features present in this Smartwatch.

It has a 1.64-inch AMOLED display

Coming in a rectangular shape, the Huawei Watch Fit smartwatch will have a 1.64-inch AMOLED display, along with ultra-slim bezels and a 70 percent body-to-screen ratio.It can adjust brightness automatically Apart from this, the watch also has a built-in high sensitivity light sensor to control the display brightness, which will automatically adjust the screen brightness. The smartwatch will be available with 2.5D beveled edge glass display support.

Change your watch face background as per your choice

HUAWEI WATCH FIT Smartwatch comes with more than 130 watch faces, in which you can change the background photo as per your wish, even can use the photos of the phone as background.

Support fast charging

Talking about battery life, in this watch, you will get 10 days of battery life with sleep monitoring. Also, this watch works all day with just five minutes of charge.

Helps you to workout at home

To enhance your home workout experience, the Huawei Smart Watch also comes with an animated personal trainer, this animated personal fitness coach will teach you 12 animated fitness courses and 4 standard fitness exercises.

Price

Coming in Sakura Pink, Isle Blue, and Graphite Black colors, this smartwatch will be available for Rs 8,990 on Amazon or other eCommerce platforms and Nearby stores. The will be started from today.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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