Huami Zepp E smartwatch images and details revealed in FCC filing - upcoming wearable for the sporty type
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filings for the Huami Zepp E have been spotted containing some specifications and images of the upcoming sports smartwatch. Huami acquired the core assets of Zepp in 2018, presumably to utilize the company’s know-how with smart sport accessories, such as sensors for tennis racquets and calf sleeves for association football players that also contain data-collecting sensors. Considering the company’s expertise, it seems reasonable to believe that the Huami Zepp E will be a smart sports-watch.
Only a few minor specifications are offered up for the Huami Zepp E along with two images (see below). The sports wearable apparently has an AMOLED touchscreen and the main unit has a circular shape with a single hardware button located on the right-hand side, which is for turning the Zepp E on and off. Unsurprisingly, there is a heart-rate sensor onboard, which is mostly a prerequisite with this type of gadget nowadays.
The Huami Zepp E smartwatch is also waterproof to 5 ATM and features a 188-mAh lithium-ion battery. It’s not believed the Zepp E will be linked with Huami’s very popular Amazfit range and may be targeted at sports enthusiasts and professionals who require more extensive data collection and reporting than can be offered by a regular activity tracker or smartwatch.