Today, Huawei has unveiled the P50 Pocket with the Snapdragon 888 SoC with a flawless foldable display. With that, Huawei also presented the Watch D, which we have heard about for a few weeks.
The Huawei Watch D features a 1.64 “AMOLED color touchscreen display with a resolution of 456 x 280 pixels and a pixel density of 326 PPI. It is made of an aluminum alloy casing. And offers two color options: black and titanium.
The new Watch D straps are made of fluoride rubber and can be found in medium and large sizes. The first is 11.8 cm long and the second 13.3 cm long.
The smartwatch is available with the standard health and fitness features such as a step counter, heart rate monitor, sleep tracker, and blood oxygen level monitor.
The Huawei Watch D uses Huawei TruBP, which uses micropumps and airbags for wrist blood pressure measurement. Huawei says it has integrated a high-precision pressure sensor, a pressure feedback control circuit, and a low-flow resistance gas path to achieve heights with a margin of error of ± 3 mmHg.
But the main strengths of the Watch D are its ability to record your ECG and measure blood pressure.
These D watches are designed to notice the danger of atherosclerosis, arrhythmia, and sleep apnea. Huawei allows smartwatch users to get online consultations through experts to manage their medical data.