Huawei Announces A Bunch Of Wearable Devices That Could Make Their Way To Kenya


The Milan “Huawei Flagship Product Launch 2022” event was held just the other day, and the Chinese tech corporation showcased some of its leading mobile and wearable products. Displayed and talked about during the event were the Watch GT 3 Pro, the company’s second attempt at a foldable device the Mate Xs 2, its current flagship the Huawei P50, another wearable called the Watch D, as well as the Band 7 and the Watch Fit 2.

At the event, the company also featured its Health App, which has been instrumental in making its wearable more functional while also making its users adopt a healthy lifestyle.

Richard Yu, CEO of the Consumer Business Group, highlighted Huawei’s continuous dedication to optimizing the user experience to fulfill its strategy and vision of an All-Scenario Seamless AI Life.

Features (GT 3 Pro, P50, and Xs 2)

The HUAWEI WATCH GT 3 Pro is equipped with a “moon phase collection” interface design, premium materials, an ultra-clear large screen, and a range of watch faces to choose from.

The latest Huawei’s latest flagship smartwatch makes it easy to support a healthy lifestyle, and HUAWEI TruSeen 5.0+ data monitoring technology, allowing for accurate heart health measurement and blood oxygen monitoring.

It also uses a sapphire glass lens and a ceramic back case.

Furthermore, it comes with a 14 days battery life and 7 days of battery life in intense usage scenarios, while the HUAWEI WATCH GT 3 Pro Ceramic Edition comes with 7 days of battery life in typical scenarios and 4 days of battery life in heavy usage scenarios.

You can top up the watch for a full-day day of use in just 10 minutes.

The HUAWEI Mate Xs 2 is a new flagship foldable smartphone.

Tipping the scales at 255g, it is one of the lightest foldables.

The Huawei Mate Xs 2 is also equipped with flagship products such as a 7.8-inch True-Chroma foldable display to deliver high-resolution content, a silicon-based Anode battery for higher density and larger capacity, 66W SuperCharge that allows a 90% charge within 30minutes, and an Anti-Reflective Nano Optical layer to help reduce glare.

The Huawei P50 was released for sale a couple of months ago, but its lack of Google services has made its availability limited to select markets such as its native China. However, the device is actually available in the Kenyan market, alongside its more powered sibling, the P50 Pro.

The availability of the watch, fitness bands, and the foldable in the Kenyan market has not been announced, although it is likely they will all make their way here, save for the Xs 2. Global availability has nonetheless been announced.

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