Today was a crucial day for Huawei. The presentation of their^( has been accompanied by other devices that have managed to complement appropriately to the most anticipated mobile. In this case we speak of Huawei Band 3 Pro, a wrist smartphone that the chinese company wants to join the rise of wearables and display their potential in their field less exploited. Below, we show all the features, prices and availability of the new Huawei Band 3 Pro.
The Huawei Band 3 Pro comes as a bracelet sporting for less than 100 euros
The^( has not been the only wearable introduced by Huawei this afternoon. The Huawei Band 3 Pro shows as a further proof of the company’s commitment for this type of devices. It is a bracelet intelligent the artificial intelligence becomes the autñentica protagonist. An innovative device that has a AMOLED display of 0.95 inches which is shown to the world as a space big enough to be able to view the data and statistics. It also incorporates a few side controls intuitive that the user can navigate the screen without problems.
It should be noted that the Huawei Band 3 Pro features can be submerged up to 50 meters deep for a maximum of 10 minutes. Also, the incorporation of health monitoring is shown as another of the fundamental aspects of the bracelet smartphone. A tool that includes improvements in the verification of the heart rate and control of the indexes of sleep. In addition, the new smartband from Huawei has integrated GPS that can guide you through any place without the need of the use of the phone.
Another of the highlights of the new Huawei Band 3 Pro lies in the battery. According to Huawei, this device promises an autonomy of a whole month in a state of rest and 20 days of usage on a single charge. If you use the GPS, the smartband could last between seven and eight hours to fully functioning.
Availability and price
For the moment, the asian giant has not wanted to give precise data on the official launch of the new Huawei Band 3 Pro. However, the price of this new bracelet smart will be 99 euros.
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