Huawei has unveiled its latest smart band - the Honor Band A2, the successor to the Band A1, announced last year.
The biggest changes, compared to the last year's model, are an OLED screen and a heart rate sensor.
Fitness tracking functions include a pedometer, exercise tracker, sedentary reminder, and sleep tracker. The Honor Band A2 has an IP67 rating, meaning it's water resistant.
Similar to other fitness trackers, it can provide call or message notifications when connected to an iOS or Android smartphone.
The Band A2 comes with a 95 mAh battery which should give you up to 9 days of battery life and 18 days standby.
The Band comes in black color with black, green, white, or red strap. It will go on sale on June 9th in China first at a price of around $29.
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