Honor Band A2 smart wearable coming next month
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Huawei's Honor brand entered the wearable market last year with the Band A1 basic fitness tracker, and now its successor is already official. Simply called Band A2, this new wearable comes with a few noticeable improvements over its predecessor, especially the OLED display and its heart rate monitoring capability.
The Honor Band A2 fitness tracker is resistant to both dust and water, being rated IP67. It comes with a silicone strap that is available in white, black, red, and green. Huawei claims the 95 mAh battery can provide the Band A2 with up to 18 days in standby or nine days of regular use. This accessory connects to Android handsets via Bluetooth and can track the number of steps taken, monitor sleep quality, and can even remind its user when he/she has been sitting for too long. Various smartphone notifications can also be displayed.
The Honor Band A2 fitness tracker will go on sale in China on June 9 for about $30 USD. Those located in other areas will probably be able to get it from various Chinese online retailers like GeekBuying or GearBest.
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