Huawei Watch Fit to Soon Launch in Kenya

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The Kenyan market will soon be seeing another smartwatch from Huawei.

The tech giant will soon be launching Huawei Watch Fit that will be joining the Huawei Band series, Huawei GT2 and Huawei GT2 pro.

Huawei Watch Fit is a fitness tracker smartwatch hybrid that comes with an optical heart-rate monitor with a TruSeen 4.0 heart rate sensor technology and a 6-axis IMU sensor, built-in GPS, a sharp and colourful 1.64″ AMOLED screen, 10-day battery life, 5ATM water resistance rating(swimming supported), SpO2 sensor to measure blood oxygen levels, sleep tracking, breathing exercises, a gyroscope and accelerometer to track indoor activities and other 24/7 activity tracking features.

Huawei Watch Fit also features an animated personal trainer covering 12 workout courses including 44 posture demonstrations.

The step by step animations will come in handy to show users how to perform the exercises.

The workouts take from a 3 minutes exercise to an 11 minutes exercise.

The HUAWEI WATCH FIT also supports 96 workout modes with advanced data tracking which ranges from 11 professional workout modes that cover the most popular exercise types, such as running, walking, cycling, swimming and more.

Additionally, the Huawei Watch Fit will have a further 85 workout modes cover other forms of
exercise including fitness training, dancing, ball games, water sports, winter sports, extreme sports and more.

The individually animated fitness courses gives users free one-on-one personal training without the need for a smartphone or any other device, be it at home, the gym or even for a quick workout during the office break.

What They Are Saying:

“With the wide variety of smart devices surrounding us today, we live in a connected digital era. Apart from the smartphones, which act as a nexus point, one of the most popular smart devices seen with people are in fact smart wearables,” said Country Head Jim Zhujie.

“Modern smart wearables have woven themselves ever so deep into our daily lives, serving primarily as an extension of our smartphones. However, a key feature of these wearables in fact lies in their health and fitness tracking capabilities. With today’s world having everyone more concerned about their well-being, it’s no surprise that everyone wants to keep track of major health indicators,” he adds.

According to IDC reports, Huawei was put in second place globally during Q1 of 2020 and made it the only smartwatch brand to grow more than 100% with a shipment increase of 118.5% year-on-year.

Stay tuned for our review.


  1. Now that I am starting to workout, I think Huawei Watch Fit would be a good buy! Will it be available in Nigeria as well?

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