The sub-$100 wearable from Huawei has just received a new software update that adds the ability to track your swimming performance. The change allows it to detect your swim style as well as logging your lap times.
Andrew from Phandroid just published his review of the newly announced Huawei Fit wearable and he wanted to know if the fitness band was worth the $130 price tag. After using it for a while, he feels the Huawei Fit is everything you could want in a fitness band.
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With the Huawei Fit wearable announced, Phandroid has put the device up against popular fitness trackers from other companies. Up against the likes of the Fitbit Charge 2, Garmin Vivosmart HR and Samsung Gear Fit 2, the Huawei Fit seems to be as good -- if not a little better -- than those...
Ars Technica feels the Huawei Fit wearable is a fine fitness tracker, but it doesn't nothing too special that others don't as it's simply "on par" with other options in its price range. The device is at least better than Huawei's previous TalkBand options, though.
An early hands-on look at the Huawei Fit wearable says the watch offers everything you'd expect from a fitness wearable these days. That said, it stands out in one area that should make you consider it above some others: a 6-day battery life on just 2 hours of charging.
At $130, the Huawei Fit is already an affordable device, however an early hands-on preview says the device doesn't feel worthy enough for such a price tag. With a relatively slow heart-rate response time and other shortcomings, the device doesn't live up to other options in the same price range...
Huawei has unveiled the Huawei Fit. It's a $130 fitness tracker that sports a circuar e-ink display. The Huawei Fit features a heart rate sensor for tracking your workouts and is also water resistant for swimming workouts.
The device will be available in the US from Best Buy, Amazon, and Newegg.