Earlier, Huawei has already said that it is going to introduce a smartwatch with support for blood pressure measurement by the end of the year, and now a render of the device has been published on the Weibo social network.
The render is indicative: it shows the most important thing – the measured blood pressure, and just below – the pulse. This watch will be addressed to those who are much more actively monitoring their vital signs than their progress during training. Otherwise, instead of a dedicated Health key, there would be a button labeled Sport (or something like that).
In terms of design, the new product differs from the current models of Huawei, but this is understandable. One might think that the device, along with a heart rate sensor, will receive a function for determining blood oxygen saturation. And if there is also the possibility of measuring the ECG, then Watch D can be called the most functional device available on the market based on the capabilities of monitoring vital signs. By the way, Huawei watches have already learned how to measure body temperature.
The official premiere of the Huawei Watch D is expected in December. Also in December we are waiting for the premiere of the Huawei clamshell smartphone, which will compare favorably with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 with a larger external display.
Big screen, SpO2, IP68, 20 sports modes, 200 watch faces and lots of useful features in a $25 watch. Fire-Bolt Ninja 2 Max Introduced
Fire-Boltt has unveiled a new smartwatch called the Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 Max, which is now available on Amazon for $25 for early adopters.
Recently, Fire-Boltt has been actively launching a series of budget smartwatch watches, recently releasing the Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 and Fire-Boltt Ultron models. The Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 Max features a large 1.5-inch display with a resolution of 240 x 280 pixels.
On the side of the smartwatch is a button that is used to navigate the user interface. In addition, the watch supports more than 200 watch faces. There are also many functions aimed at monitoring the state of health. For example, the Ninja 2 has an SpO2 sensor, sleep monitoring, and a heart rate tracker. The watch provides information about the total distance traveled, calories burned and steps taken.
What’s more, the watch supports 20 sports modes. These include badminton, swimming, football, jumping rope, cycling, running and more. In addition, the Fire-Boltt Ninja 2 uses a durable battery that provides up to 7 days of operation on a single charge.
The watch meets the degree of protection against water and dust IP68. Other notable features include notifications from apps like YouTube, Facebook, WhatsApp, SMS, and call alerts. There are also music and camera controls, reminders for the menstrual cycle, the need to drink water, the sitting position and many other useful functions.
Hyundai and Genesis owners will be able to control their cars with Phone and Apple Watch
At WWDC 2020, Apple announced its CarKey feature, which allows car owners to unlock their cars using the U1 chip on select Phones and Apple Watch smartwatches.
Unfortunately, this feature has been implemented very slowly, as it is only available in some BMW models. Now the situation will change. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the Apple CarKey feature is on its way to Hyundai vehicles and the Genesis lineup.
Remember CarKey, Apple’s announced feature a year and a half ago that allows you to unlock and start your car from the Wallet app on your iPhone? I wouldn’t be surprised if you’re not familiar with it, given that Apple hasn’t discussed this feature in a while and it only works on certain BMW models. I was told this would change soon. According to code findings from a few months ago in iOS 15, I’ve heard that the next vehicles to get support for this feature will be Hyundai and Genesis models. I was told that the functionality will appear by the summer.
Gurman notes that this partnership with CarKey came as a surprise given Apple and Hyundai’s strange relationship amid rumors of Apple car production about a year ago. At the beginning of last year, there were many reports that a deal between Hyundai and Apple to produce Apple Cars was imminent. But a month later, Bloomberg reported that Hyundai and its subsidiary Kia Motors said they were not in talks with Apple about a self-driving car.
Strange smart watch with a removable screen and three cameras. These are described in the patent Meta
Renamed Meta, Facebook wants to launch its own smartwatch, according to multiple reports. What they will be is not yet clear, but we can estimate what they could be.
The source discovered a Meta patent related to smartwatches. And very unusual smart watches. For example, the display of the device is detachable. This is a separate module that can be removed from the main body.
The second strange feature is the two or even three cameras built into this very module with a screen. The patent describes various lenses, including telephoto and macro, but why this is needed in this format is not clear. It probably has something to do with augmented and virtual reality, as well as the upcoming metaverses.
In the case of one of the two modifications equipped with a round screen, this very screen can be rotated by changing the lenses above the camera modules. The block itself with the display is mounted on five magnets.
The watch also has many different sensors. There is a heart rate sensor, a temperature sensor, an infrared sensor, a motion sensor and activity recognition.
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