Together with the Huawei P50 Pocket, Huawei has also revealed another device, that is the Huawei Watch D, and this chunky-looking smartwatch can measure your blood pressure.
That’s something great-name competitors like the Apple Watch 7 can’t do, and Huawei claims it’s precise to within a mistake margin of ± 3mmHg.
It realizes these measurements using micro air pumps and airbags, so there’s a lot of techs concealed away here, and as well as blood pressure readings, the Huawei Watch D can also carry an ECG, and monitor your blood oxygen, sleep, and heart rate. It can also evidently notice atherosclerosis, arrhythmia, and sleep apnea risks.
So, with all that in attention this seems like a solid choice for anyone who wants to keep a closer eye on their health, or monitor certain conditions.
Other features of the Huawei Watch D comprise a 1.64-inch 456 x 280 AMOLED screen with a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch, plus an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance, and an aluminum alloy case, in a choice of black or titanium colors.
There is no such confirmation yet on if or when the Huawei Watch D will release it beyond China, but it costs 2988 Yuan (roughly $470 / £350 / AU$650).
Key Features of Huawei Watch D
- 1.64 INCH 456X280 AMOLED display
- IP68 rating water resistance
- Blood pressure monitoring
- sleep tracking
For blood pressure monitoring, buy a Samsung Galaxy Watch 4
The immense selling point of the Huawei Watch D is its blood pressure monitoring feature, but Huawei’s not fairly alone in providing that on a smartwatch, as the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic also support this although through a dissimilar and hypothetically a reduced amount of accurate method than Huawei’s.
Now the question is, what’s more, those wearables are now available to buy, whereas it’s uncertain if, when, or where you will be able to buy the Huawei Watch D outside China.
Even if it does not launch in your area, it may not come with the blood pressure monitor initially, as this feature will probably need to be approved by the appropriate medical authorities.
Plus, sideways from some problems with the battery life of the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, we were usually very impressed with the latest Samsung wearables in our reviews.
Overall if you will mark, Samsung has made the unsatisfying decision to only permit blood pressure readings if your smartwatch is paired to a Samsung phone, so if that is the feature you are searching for then really you should only buy one if you have a Samsung smartphone too.
If not, then it might be best just to stick with a dedicated blood pressure monitor, for now, it will probably be more precise anyway in the future.
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