Huawei Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro debut with design upgrades, ECG capabilities and skin temperature sensors
Huawei has revealed more details about the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro ahead of their releases later next month in Europe. Presented alongside the P60 Pro and Mate X3, the Watch 4 series supports over 100 exercise modes that work in tandem with heart rate, skin temperature and SpO2 sensors. Additionally, Huawei has integrated electrocardiogram (ECG) functionality, mirroring recent Samsung Galaxy Watch smartwatches.
Moreover, the Watch 4 series supports fall detection, which allows either the Watch 4 or Watch 4 Pro to dial emergency services when it detects a heavy fall and receives no subsequent wearer input. According to Huawei, the Watch 4 should last up to 3 days between charges, which extends to 4.5 days with the Watch 4 Pro thanks to a larger battery. The company adds that the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro should tick over for 14 days and 21 days, respectively, with power-saving mode enabled.
The Watch 4 Pro also has a larger case size, which spans an extra 2 mm to 48 mm. Seemingly, the smartwatch borrows its display from the Watch Ultimate, with Huawei referencing an LTPO AMOLED panel that measures 1.5-inches across and operates natively at 466 x 466 pixels. Pre-orders for the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro will start on June 8, with deliveries commencing on June 22. So far, Huawei has confirmed that the Watch 4 will retail for €449 with a fluoroelastomer sports strap. In comparison, the Watch 4 Pro costs €549 if you opt for the leather strap edition or €699 with a titanium link strap.
Huawei via Huawei Central