Somewhere between a smartwatch and a fitness tracker, the Huawei Fit straddles the line – and the price – between the two. Latest to the company’s range of wearables, the round-faced watch promises some of the core functionality of its Android Wear powered Huawei Watch line-up, though with the battery life you might associate with a fitness band.
So, the monochrome LCD screen supports touch, and indeed there are no physical buttons. That allows Huawei to hit IP68 waterproofing. It’ll show messages and flag up incoming calls and other notifications, too, though you’ll need to pull out your phone to act on them.
However, there’s also six day battery life with always-on heartrate tracking (or thirty days of standby), together with various fitness monitoring routines automatically identified and then controlled through the companion iOS and Android apps. It’ll go on sale November 3, priced at $129.99 in either black or silver.