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huawei watch fit mini:  Huawei launches Watch Fit Mini: Key details - Times of India

huawei watch fit mini: Huawei launches Watch Fit Mini: Key details – Times of India

Huawei has launched a new smartwatch called the Watch Fit Mini specifically for the European markets. The smartwatch has been made available for purchase in European countries like Germany and Italy. It comes at €99 (about $115).
The Watch Fit Mini is the lighter version of the Watch Fit watches and weighs just about 20gm. There are three wrist strap colour options: Frosty White and Mocha Brown in leather and Taro Purple which is made of fluoroelastomer. The watch case is made of Aluminum with a polymer materials bottom case.
The smartwatch features a 1.47-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 368 x 194 pixels and a pixel density of 282 ppi. The Huawei Watch Fit Mini comes with a SpO2 sensor and will tell you to go see a doctor if it finds your blood oxygen levels to be lying below 80%.
The smartwatch offers a staggering 96 exercise modes, and the watch can track your sleep through the well-known TruSleep 2.0 feature. The smartwatch comes with 5 ATM water resistance too. The sensors of the watch include a six-axis IMU sensor that works as both an accelerometer and a gyroscope sensor and an optical heart rate sensor.
The watch comes with a 180mAh battery which, the company claims, can last 14 days on average on a single charge, and for about 10 days on heavy usage.
For women, there is the Cycle Calendar feature that sends them timely reminders about their periods. They can also utilise the calendar in the Huawei Health app for the same.

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