Huawei Honor S1 Fit vs Apple Watch Series 2: Which Smartwatch Is The Better Buy?
With the Apple Watch going compete with a fresh Huawei Fit., Apple and Google are doing faceoff once again.Huawei will be announcing a new fitness tracker and it is called the Huawei Honor S1 Fit.
Mentioned from The Verge, The Fit is a watch-style fitness tracker, with a round face, and always-on, monochrome touchscreen. It counts steps, tracks sleep, and can continuously monitor heart rate during workouts.
To start with, the Apple Watch 2 features a silky design as compared to its predecessor. The new installment of the Apple smartwatch also suit of a square display screen along with a heart rate sensor on the back side of the device panel, on the other hand, The Huawei watch on the contrary sports a stainless steel chassis along with IP67 certified - dust and water resistant body.
Talking about performance, Apple Watch series 2 equipped with a new dual-core S2 chip that's 50 percent faster than the processor in the original device, and a new GPU offers 2x better graphics performance for apps that will open much faster and do more.
According to Wareable, In terms of tracking features, you can expect to count your steps, monitor sleep, measure distance and keep a check on calories burned. There's no GPS on board, but there will be an optical heart rate sensor on board that delivers 24/7 continuous heart rate monitoring that can also be used during workouts. An accelerometer and gyro meter are also included in the device.
If you want the Honor S1 smartwatch it will cost only $129.99 Pricing on the Apple Watch ranges from $269 for the entry-level Series 1 Sports models and goes up to $1,499 for Series 2 Hermès models. The Apple Watch is not supported on Android, but you can use Huawei Watch with iPhone, Apple's HealthKit is the killer app for the fitness-obsessed.
The most anticipated smartwatch in the market might not be the Apple Watch killer. For Android users wonderstruck where was a more stylish, practical wristwear that, at the least, matches Apple Watch, the Huawei S1 Fit earns wings. The smartwatch looks and feels good, offers classic style, come on strong quality material and craftsmanship, and the price is considerably less than Apple Watch.
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