In the near future, Huawei will add several significant features to its smartwatches. Blood sugar tracking, lung function tracking, and high-altitude health management are some of the new functions.
Huawei’s TruSeen health monitoring system will have all of these functions in addition to others.
Compared to some of the more well-known brands on the market, Huawei smartwatches have longer battery lives. In contrast to certain models that only have a 24-hour battery life, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro touts a 14-day battery life. Future Huawei smartwatches’ new fitness and health features will strengthen their position.
Huawei has revealed details on new features for its smart wearables. According to rumors, Huawei is working on adding functionalities to its smartwatches for glucose level trend assessment and hyperglycemic risk screening. When possible problems are indicated, this will also include an early warning alerting system.
Manufacturers of smartwatches appear to be competing to release the first one with a non-invasive blood glucose monitoring capability. Huawei has so indicated that it intends to break that record.
Using a combination of gathered data, the lung function tracking system will estimate the user’s risk of developing the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The high-altitude health management system will let users know how their bodies are responding to the low air pressure that comes with high altitudes.
The implementation of these features has no set deadline according to Huawei. The competition to create the first smartwatch with non-invasive blood glucose monitoring is already underway.