Today, Huawei has launched a series of new devices in Japan including the latest Nova 5T, the Watch GT 2, FreeBuds 3 and Band 4. All the products were launched within the last couple of months. The Nova 5T is priced at 54500 Yen (approximately $500). The Huawei FreeBuds 3 is priced at 18800 Yen (about $172). Both products will be available to buy on November 29.
The Huawei Band 4 costs 4800 Yen ($44) while the Watch GT 2 42mm version costs 22,800 Yen ($209). The 46mm version comes in at 24800 Yen ($228). The Classic version of both the 46mm and 42mm sizes cost 28800 Yen ($264) and 26800 Yen ($246) respectively. These two products will be available earlier, from November 22.
Huawei Nova 5T
The Nova 5T made its debut in August packing a powerful specs lineup. The phone is an affordable premium mid-range model but is powered by the flagship Kirin 980 chipset. The model introduced in Japan comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. The Nova 5T also comes with a Quad -camera setup. The EMUI 9.1 based Android 9 Pie OS runs on the device with support for Google Services.
As part of its strategy focused on the user experience, Huawei presents its latest catalog of accessories, ideal for users to live their day to day, thanks to technology.
Huawei Watch GT 2
The first of the accessories that are part of this SmartWare collection is the Huawei Watch GT 2, a smartwatch that offers 15 sports modes, 10 training modes aimed at runners, music player and voice calls via Bluetooth, as well as new features of well-being such as heart rate, sleep, and stress monitoring.
The new Huawei Watch GT 2 is perfect for urban explorers who want to go beyond technology as part of their lifestyle; It is a smartwatch for outdoor, high performance and equipped with many practical features.
In addition, one of its most striking attributes is the battery, which offers up to 2 weeks of duration thanks to the intelligent mode of energy-saving algorithm 2.0, allowing the device to adjust modes of energy consumption both in free time and during the exercise. For rough use, climbing, swimming, running and even riding a bike, the Huawei Watch GT 2 can run for up to 30 consecutive hours.
Similarly, among its novelties, the new Music Mode stands out with up to 24 hours of playback, something that is possible thanks to its connectivity via Bluetooth. With this function, users can put a soundtrack to their workouts, collecting up to 500 high-quality songs, and managing them locally thanks to its 4GB storage.
Huawei FreeBuds 3
Finally, Huawei is also launching FreeBuds 3 in Japan, headphones that arrive to inaugurate a new era of smart audio in the country. The FreeBuds 3 is powered by Huawei’s exclusive chip, Kirin A1, which provides a superior audio experience, matching advanced digital sound processing techniques through a highly sensitive and meticulously tuned driver, to provide music and music playback. spectacular voice.
The headphones are available in two colors, ceramic white and carbon black, and in addition to its processor, one of its greatest advances is the world’s first certified dual Bluetooth 5.1 BT / BLE SoC, which offers the ability to perform complex tasks efficiently and quickly, ensuring a fast and stable Bluetooth connection, as well as precise synchronization between audio and video.
In addition, thanks to its bionic Dolphi design, the FreeBuds 3 adapt perfectly to the ear to offer all comfort and stability, regardless of the physical activity that the user decides to perform. Whether sitting on a bench to load a pair of dumbbells, on the treadmill or on a stationary bike, you will have no problem for the headphones to remain firmly in your ears.
Huawei Band 4
The Huawei Band 4 sports a 0.96″ 2.5D TFT color screen having a resolution of 160×80 pixels. It shows information like time and date, fitness data, and app notifications. Band 4 comes with heart rate and sleep monitoring, and it can track different activities like walking, running and cycling.
The fitness tracker is water-resistant up to 50 meters and can sync with devices running Android 4.4 and iOS 9.0 and above. It comes with Bluetooth 4.2 for connectivity but has NFC missing.
The Honor Band 4 is offered in three colors – Graphite Black, Sakura Pink, and Amber Sunrise. It packs a 91mAh battery which Huawei claims can offer 7-9 days of power autonomy. The fitness tracker comes with a USB-A connector, meaning you can plug it to the regular USB-A port for hassle-free charging.
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