Huawei Rolls Out Band 2 Pro And Band 2
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Huawei Rolls Out Band 2 Pro And Band 2

Huawei, the Chinese technology major, has rolled out 2 fresh fitness trackers—Band 2 Pro and Band 2. Both devices come in Black, Blue, and Red color variants. The firm has not discovered any information about the availability and price of the wearables yet.

Huawei Band 2 Pro and Band 2 provide 24×7 monitoring of heart rate. The Band 2 comes with VO2 Max tech that calculates the quantity of oxygen an individual can consume.

Huawei Rolls Out Band 2 Pro And Band 2

Both devices are resistant to water. Both of them come with a unique water-proofing tech, 5ATM, which defends them for almost 50 Meter within the water. They carry a PMOLED display and are well-matched with handsets operating on Android 4.4 and above versions.

The Band 2 Pro is integrated with in-built Sports Coach feature, GPS, and TruSleep—the virtual sleep hygiene of Huawei. They also come with a unique feature that provides directions on breathing for calming effects. This feature is dubbed as Breathing Coach.

Previously this month, Honor, the sub-brand of Huawei, rolled out its Honor 8 Pro handset in India for a price tag of Rs 29,999. The freshly rolled out Honor 8 Pro shows a 5.7-inch QHD 2K display with a pixel resolution of 1440 x 2560. It is fueled by its own Kirin 960 processor of the company and is paired with 6 GB of RAM. The handset provides 128 GB of internal memory, with an alternative to extend the same up to 256 GB with the help of a microSD card. Honor 8 Pro comes with the functionality of hybrid dual-SIM card and operates on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. It is skinned with EMUI 5.1 operating system as well.

Honor 8 Pro may grasp the desire of photography freaks as it comes with dual rear camera 12 MP + 12 MP modules. The rear camera has laser autofocus, f/2.2 aperture, and LED flash. There is also an alternative of capturing 4K videos with the primary camera. For video calls and selfies, the handset has an 8 MP front facing camera with f/2.0 aperture.

For now, all the eyes are set on the company’s latest wearable bands.

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