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HUAWEI Watch GT2e gets SpO2 monitoring feature in latest update

by Vyncent ChanMay 14, 2020
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HUAWEI’s latest addition to their lineup of wearables gets a new party trick: SpO2 monitoring. The HUAWEI Watch GT2e will be receiving an OTA update to add the feature to the smartwatch, enabling users to monitor their blood oxygen saturation (SpO2). If you don’t know what’s SpO2, well you can check out our review of the HONOR Band 5.

To measure your SpO2 level with the HUAWEI Watch GT2e, all you need to do is to go to the SpO2 mode, stay still for a few minutes and the HUAWEI Watch GT2e will give you your results. The results will also be logged in the HUAWEI Health to give you a record of your SpO2 levels.

Aside from the newly added SpO2 monitoring, the HUAWEI Watch GT2e sports a plethora of fitness tracking functionalities. The HUAWEI Watch GT2e is capable of tracking 15 professional and 85 custom workout modes, in addition to sleep tracking, stress monitoring and all-day heart rate monitoring.

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Despite all the features, HUAWEI promises up to two days of battery life thanks to the efficient Kirin A1 chipset that sips power even when all-day monitoring is enabled.

HUAWEI Watch GT2e Specs

  • Kirin A1 chipset
  • 4GB storage
  • 1.39″ (454 x 454) AMOLED display
  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • 5 ATM water resistance
  • 455 mAh battery, 14-day battery life
  • 53.0 x 46.8 x 10.8 mm
  • 43 grams
  • RM599

HUAWEI is currently running a promotion in which you will receive a free Tealive voucher with every HUAWEI Watch GT2e, on top of getting a chance to win a HUAWEI MateBook X Pro in the Stay Connected with HUAWEI Di Hati Campaign.

Pokdepinion: Well I did find the HONOR Band 5 to take a bit too long to measure my SpO2 level… Hopefully the more advanced sensors in the HUAWEI Watch GT2e are faster.

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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.