Huawei Watch D real-life images exposed for the first time, blood pressure monitoring feature shown
Huawei Watch D real-life images exposed for the first time, blood pressure monitoring feature shown

The Huawei Watch D, set to be launched on December 23, has now nearly been completely exposed, firstly with images of its box and now images of it in action in real life. These images are in line with previous renders and showcase a few highlight features including blood pressure monitoring.

The images show Huawei Watch D with a squarish dial and a large screen that’s slightly curved on the edges. There are a couple of buttons on the right side of the smartwatch’s body for “Health” and “Home” functions.

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The watch supports a number of new and highly advanced tracking features like blood pressure monitoring and ECG (electrocardiogram) measurement. A blogger recently revealed that the watch allegedly comes with a pressurized bag inside to simulate the actual blood pressure measurement process and provide extremely accurate data. The feature has already obtained a Class II medical device registration certificate from the National Medical Products Administration of China.

Other than this, the Huawei Watch D will run the company’s self-developed HarmonyOS system. It will also likely support the Huawei Health app, which would provide users with various fitness features like step tracking, calorie measurement, sleep cycle tracking, weight tracking, and much more.

He Gang, president of Huawei’s mobile business, earlier this year announced that Huawei had made a breakthrough in the research of wearable blood pressure measurement technology on the wrist. The Huawei Watch D seems to be a product of that.

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