The P50 series aren’t the only devices announced by Hauwei on Thursday as the Chinese tech giant also announced its wearable gears such as the Watch GT 2 Pro ECG as well as Band 6 Pro both of which are upgrades over their standard versions.
Speaking of upgrades, the new Watch GT 2 Pro ECG features electrocardiogram readings, and the Band 6 Pro has body temperature measurements.
There are still some pretty cool similarities between the devices and their previous models though especially in terms of size though there are some slight design tweaks here and there on both devices. The Watch GT 2 Pro ECG comes with a 1.39-inch AMOLED screen and Sapphire crystal-infused glass protection as well as a titanium frame all of which give the watch a solid look and premium feel.
With the hardware part looking awesome, there are some cool features such as a full-blown health tracking system such as heart-rate monitor, blood oxygen monitoring, and sleep and stress measurements, and its powered by the Huawei Lite OS with support for more than 100 workout modes.
Pricing is set at CN¥3,088 ($478) with the first sales commencing on August 12 around the same period we’re expecting the P50 series to go on sales. Watch GT 2 Pro ECG comes in a single black colorway. And as for the Band 6 Pro, you get a bright 1.47-inch AMOLED screen and other cool health tracking systems found on the Watch GT2 Pro ECG such as the blood oxygen monitor, heart rate tracking, etc.
Battery life is rated at up to two weeks of moderate usage. Pricing for Band 6 Pro is set at CN ¥ 449 ($70) with open sales starting on August 20.