Yesterday, Huawei finally released the Huawei Watch Fit with an interesting and rather unique design, useful features and built-in GPS. Now, Honor has confirmed that it will have a new smartwatch soon. For starters, the company is expected to present a new Honor Watch GS Pro on September 4 at IFA 2020. However, this will not be the only smartwatch to come from the sub-brand in September. Obviously, the company plans to bring a product that will look like Watch Fit.
Honorary President, George Zhao, asked on Weibo a few days ago if Honor fans prefer round or square calls. The senior position actually mentions another post made from the official Honor Life Weibo account. The original post even includes a large image, part of which we can see through the image below.
The picture shows two hands holding each other. The most interesting detail is that a wrist bears a watch with a round dial. The other has a wearable with a square rectangular dial. The latter also has a screen similar to that of the recently unveiled Huawei Watch Fit. Honor does not yet have a smartwatch with this design. The Weibo post could really be a teaser for the first smartwatch to come with this design language.
However, in the end, it could only be Honor’s vision for the recently released Huawei Watch Fit. This is not the first time Honor has launched a product similar to the one announced by its parent company. Interestingly enough, the Honor version traditionally costs less than Huawei products. So, if you liked the Huawei Watch Fit, then it might be a good idea to expect a possible Honor Watch Fit.
Huawei Watch Fit Specifications
The Huawei Watch Fit was released yesterday with very competitive specifications. It packs a 1.64-inch rectangular AMOLED screen with a resolution of 280 x 456 pixels and a nice screen-to-body ratio of 70%. In addition, there are customizable watch faces, including Always on screen. The wearer also packs 12 moving exercises integrated and can watch up to 11 different sports. There is even a custom training function. As mentioned above, the wearer also has a built-in GPS which effectively makes it less dependent on a smartphone. It also provides heart rate sensor, sleep monitoring, SpO2 detection and menstrual cycle monitoring. According to the Chinese Behemoth, it can last up to 10 days with a single charge. This number can be reduced to 7 days with heavy use. The company is currently selling it for 399 AED (~ 110 $).