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Huge AMOLED, SpO2, 97 sports modes, water protection and NFC. Huawei Watch Fit 2 smart bracelet introduced in Europe

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Huawei presented a series of new products for the international market today in Milan. In addition to the Huawei Mate Xs 2 foldable smartphone with a wrap screen, the Huawei Band 7 fitness bracelet, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro smartwatch, the Huawei Watch D watch with a blood pressure monitor, the Watch Fit 2 smart bracelet with a huge screen for its class was also presented.

Huge AMOLED, SpO2, 97 sports modes, water protection and NFC.  Huawei Watch Fit 2 smart bracelet introduced in Europe

Huawei Watch Fit 2 will be available in Europe from June 15 in three versions at the following prices:

  • Active Edition – 149 euros
  • Classic Edition – 199 euros
  • Elegant Edition – 249 euros

The Huawei Watch Fit 2 has a large 1.74-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 336 x 480 pixels. In addition to the usual built-in microphone, Huawei Watch Fit 2 also features a speaker that allows you to switch calls from your Bluetooth-connected smartphone to the bracelet. Huawei Watch Fit 2 can also play pre-downloaded music through the mobile app. The Tap to Transfer feature allows you to transfer files between Huawei devices with a single tap.

Huge AMOLED, SpO2, 97 sports modes, water protection and NFC.  Huawei Watch Fit 2 smart bracelet introduced in Europe

The bracelet also received an optical heart rate monitor and an SpO2 sensor (determining the level of oxygen in the blood), water protection (5 ATM), support for Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC, battery life up to 10 days. 97 different sports modes are supported. It can work with smartphones based on Android 6.0 and iOS 9.0 or newer OS versions.

Huge AMOLED, SpO2, 97 sports modes, water protection and NFC.  Huawei Watch Fit 2 smart bracelet introduced in Europe

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Xiaomi has unveiled the fitness bracelet Mi Band 7 Pro. It differs from Mi Band 7 much more than you might think

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Xiaomi has unveiled the fitness bracelet Mi Band 7 Pro

Xiaomi today officially declassified the Mi Band 7 Pro fitness bracelet. The official premiere of the device will take place on July 4 along with the Xiaomi 12S line of smartphones, but now you can evaluate the design of the device. And this is one of the key differences from Mi Band 7 and Mi Band 7 NFC.

Xiaomi has unveiled the fitness bracelet Mi Band 7 Pro.  It differs from Mi Band 7 much more than you might think

Xiaomi has unveiled the fitness bracelet Mi Band 7 Pro.  It differs from Mi Band 7 much more than you might think

More precisely, the difference lies in the use of a completely new rectangular screen – different from the Mi Band 7 display. Obviously, it is wider and the area is larger. In fact, the Mi Band 7 Pro looks more like a watch than a fitness bracelet. Naturally, the interface will be adapted for the new display.

Xiaomi has unveiled the fitness bracelet Mi Band 7 Pro.  It differs from Mi Band 7 much more than you might think

In the description of the novelty, Xiaomi uses the word “fashion”, and also talks about “more professional sports functions and health monitoring functions.” You might think that the Mi Band 7 Pro will have unusual colors for both the body and straps, there will be more sports modes and there will be some innovations in terms of monitoring vital signs. Although here the company can limit itself to just a more accurate optical sensor for measuring heart rate and SpO2, otherwise the Mi Band 7 Pro would be too expensive for its niche. It was also previously said that the device will receive a built-in GPS module.

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US Army tests Microsoft’s $22 billion augmented reality glasses

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US Army tests Microsofts 22 billion augmented reality glasses

The US military has completed intensive testing of Microsoft’s new multifunctional glasses. The soldiers of the 70th Army wore glasses for three weeks, playing three 72-hour scenarios, including movement towards the enemy, attack and defense.

US Army tests Microsoft's $22 billion augmented reality glasses

The results of the test report, which will be published in September, will determine whether the US Congress will approve the next $424.2 million test cycle, as well as whether purchases of the device, which is planned to spend another $21.9 billion, will begin. It should be noted that these 22 billion included not only the cost of the glasses themselves, but also spare parts, as well as technical support services for 10 years.

The glasses are a “head display” of the type used by fighter pilots. From a technical point of view, this is a heavily modified version of the HoloLens glasses. The screen of the device, which is always in front of the soldier’s eyes, displays a map of the area, instructions from commanders and other data (for example, an image of a thermal imager).

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If you want to buy a smart watch for the iPhone, but not an Apple Watch. Wear OS 3 supports iOS even though the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 doesn’t

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iPhone users who for some reason don’t like Apple smartwatches will be able to use new models based on Wear OS.

If you want to buy a smart watch for the iPhone, but not an Apple Watch.  Wear OS 3 supports iOS even though the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 doesn't

The first and so far the only watch on Wear OS 3 is the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. And it doesn’t work with iOS. But apparently this is an artificial limitation on Samsung’s part, as it has now become known that Wear OS 3 itself can work with iOS.

Qualcomm confirmed this by saying that the upcoming Montblanc Summit 3 watch will be compatible with the iPhone. This watch will be the first with Wear OS 3 after Samsung devices. True, it will be an expensive $1,290 watch, but there should be many more Wear OS 3 models on the market this year, so iPhone owners will have a choice.

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