As expected, Huawei today officially unveiled the Watch 3 Pro series of smartwatches. The novelty is called uncomplicated – Watch 3 Pro New, and its main feature is the support for ECG registration.
The watch is certified by the Chinese regulator as a Class II medical device. The user only needs to hold the button for 30 seconds, after which an ECG report will be generated. The device supports automatic recognition of atrial fibrillation and extrasystoles (both atrial and ventricular).
The watch has an NFC chip and a GPS receiver (works with the Petal Maps proprietary mapping service), due to the built-in SIM (eSIM) card, the device can make calls and send messages on its own. Of course, there are heart rate and SpO2 sensors, about 100 training modes are supported.
The display is a round AMOLED with a diameter of 1.43 inches. It is protected by sapphire glass. The case is made of titanium alloy, and the back panel is ceramic. The novelty is running HarmonyOS 3.
In normal mode, Watch 3 Pro New lasts 4 days, with active use of the device, autonomy decreases to 2 days, but in power saving mode, the watch can work up to 21 days.
Learn, Apple. Metal watch Redmi Watch 4 works up to three weeks without recharging
Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi Group, president of the international department and general manager of the Redmi brand, recalled that this week a new smartwatch will be presented along with the Redmi K70 smartphones.
The first metal Redmi watch was called Redmi Watch 4. Lu Weibing confirmed that the watch received a large screen with a diagonal of 1.97 inches. But thanks to low power consumption, they can work without recharging for up to 20 days. It is worth recalling that the Apple Watch, until the latest generation, was criticized for its short battery life.
Lu Weibing previously stated that in this model the manufacturer went for “a comprehensive update of the screen, design and materials, which made the new product fashionable and completely improved.”
The presentation will take place on November 29.
Meizu 21, the new Flyme and Flyme Auto ecosystem, augmented reality smart glasses and other products will be presented on November 30
Meizu has officially announced that a presentation will take place on November 30, at which the Meizu 21 smartphones, the new Flyme and Flyme Auto ecosystem, augmented reality smart glasses and other products will be announced.
The manufacturer invites Chinese users to leave a comment sharing their expectations from the press conference. The author of the best comment will receive Meizu 21 as a gift.
It is expected that the new Meizu model will not have any special changes in appearance: the rear camera design will undergo minor changes, the materials may be updated, and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen3 will serve as the platform.
The new phone is rumored to feature a 32MP Samsung GD2 camera on the front, a 50MP Sony IMX966 main camera on the rear (1/1.43-inch, supports OIS), a 16MP Samsung S5K3P9 ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 12MP Sony IMX663 telephoto portrait camera. (2x optical zoom).
A very strange design, inspired by the human-centric architecture of the 1960s. MB&F Horological Machine N?11 Architect Watch Unveiled for $230,000
The Swiss manufacturer of luxury wristwatches MB&F presented a new model with the long name Horological Machine Nº11 Architect and an extremely unusual design.
As the manufacturer himself says, the design was inspired by the human-oriented architecture of the 1960s.
The centerpiece of the HM11 Architect case is a flying tourbillon, enclosed under a double-domed sapphire roof, reminiscent of the lanterns of ancient temples. This central tourbillon is surrounded by four symmetrical elements, each with a specific function: time display, power reserve, thermometer and crown for setting the time. This is an allusion to the four rooms in the house. These functions are accessed through a rotating design, highlighting the interactive nature of the watch and its energy efficiency.
The watch consists of 364 components, of which 92 are in the case. What’s interesting is that the mechanism underlying the watch cannot be assembled separately and then placed in a case—it simply won’t fit there. Therefore, the mechanism is assembled inside a partially open case. There are two versions of the watch: sapphire and titanium. One with blue PVD coating, the other with red gold PVD coating. There will be 25 pieces each, and it will take 18 months to make all 50 pieces. The watch costs $230,000.
The rest includes a power reserve of 96 hours, water protection (2 ATM), a titanium case, a diameter of 42 mm, a balance frequency of 18,000 vibrations per hour, and 29 jewels in the movement.
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