It’s been a big day for Huawei. After unveiling its new Mate 9 Android smartphone, we’re now getting our first look at the brand’s latest Fitness Tracker. Huawei Fit has a familiar watch-like design but it doesn’t run Android Wear. Users will be able to enjoy all the classic features akin to other fitness trackers on the market, including heart-rate monitoring, exercise-specific activities, smartphone alerts and even sleep tracking.

Huawei states that its newest wearable is rated for six days of use on a single charge. It also has a full-size display but it’s limited to black and white (a driving force behind its extended battery life). Additional specs include a Corning Gorilla 3 Glass face and a 5ATM water-resistant rating. Fit is 39.5mm wide, so it splits the gap between the two Apple Watch sizes that are currently available. Its $130 price tag sits just below Fitbit’s Charge 2 ($150), which is bound to be one of its main competitors. Both offer similar features although Huawei leans heavily on its watch-like design. The Fit wearable is available for purchase today at Amazon.

Create a plan based on you target desirable distance, goal, training frequency and your fitness level. During a run, get real-time guidance such as heart rate, speed up/slow down alerts, distance mark alerts and heart rate alerts. Used by professionals,VO2max gives you an indication of cardio-respiratory fitness and a recovery time assessment. Track your workouts such as running, walking, cycling, treadmill and swimming with real-time status.

Source: Huawei

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