Huawei debuts new fitness wearable with 'Huawei Fit'

Today, Huawei announced its latest wearable in the form of the 'Huawei Fit', a fitness tracker that will offer up to six days of battery life on a single charge.

While we did get a sneak peak of the wearable via an unofficial image, Huawei has now officially taken the wraps off its latest fitness tracker at an event in Munich. Unlike its other wearable, the 'Fit' offers an "always-on" backlit monochrome touchscreen display, that can be seen in both light and dark environments. The watch frame is made from aluminum, measuring in at 11.2mm thick with a heart rate monitor. The watch does offer Bluetooth, so it can keep you connected with text messages and call notifications. As we concluded yesterday from the leaked images, the wearable is also water resistant (IP68) and will be able to track various physical activities like running and swimming.

The Huawei Fit will be available starting on November 3rd from Amazon, Newegg and Best Buy. The black model will be exclusive to Best Buy for the first 60 days, after which it'll be available from other retailers. The Huawei Fit will retail for $129.

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