GS Pro ultra-rugged smartwatch of Honor a brand of Huawei
Alongside the new Watch, Honor GS Pro is a new fashion-focused smartwatch called the Watch ES. The Pad 6 and Pad X6 Android tablets are also acquiring released outside of China, as is a trio of Honor laptops highlighting AMD’s latest generation of Ryzen processors.
If you seem for an impression of how rugged the Watch GS Pro is meant to be, then Honor maintains it appears as many as 14 of the US military’SMIL-STD-810G procurement standards.
These involve testing it to endure high temperatures, low temperatures, rain, humidity, and intense pressures at altitude, for an idea of why you’d require a smartwatch that rugged, Honor’s list of its 100-plus supported workout modes provides you with some view.
It adds a new skiing mode, which follows your exercise on the slopes as well as other high-octane activities like mountain climbing, swimming, and cycling.
The smartwatch GS Pro, which is powered by Huawei’s LiteOS operating system, has a heart rate monitor, and it carries blood oxygen tracking, sleep tracking, and even stress monitoring, according to Honor.
Other features combine weather alerts, support for both GPS and GLONASS satellite positioning systems, and a “route back” mode that Honor states can track your trip and use it to lead you back along your original path. However, there are no maps support, nor is there any support for third-party apps like Strava.
In terms of specs, you’re arranging a 1.39-inch OLED display with a resolution of 454 x 454, and a Kirin A1 chipset powers the smartwatch.
Battery life permits up to a maximum of 25 days, but run it in outdoor workout mode, and that drops to 100 hours or just 48 hours with GPS enabled. The watch appears in black, white, and blue and will be available beginning September 7th in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain for €249.99.
Stated back in July for the Chinese market, Honor has promptly announced that its range of Ryzen 4000-powered laptops is growing a global release. The MagicBook 14 and 15 are both powered by Ryzen 5 4500U CPUs matched with 8 or 16GB of RAM and 256 or 512GB of NVME storage. The big exception is their displays, which measure 14 and 15.6 inches individually.
The MagicBook 14 will be ready on September 21st beginning at €749.99 in the UK, France, and Germany, while the MagicBook 15 will be available for €699.99 starting in October.
There’s also the MagicBook Pro, which has a more important Ryzen 5 4600H CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and a more prominent 16.1-inch display that will be accessible on September 7th for €899.99 in the UK, France, Germany, and other European markets.
Ultimately, Honor has also declared a pair of tablets, the Honor Pad 6 and the Pad X6, which is announced for the Chinese market back in July.
They feature 10.1 and 9.7-inch displays, sequentially. Both are powered by Huawei’s Kirin 710A and have 5-megapixel cameras on their rear and 2-megapixel selfie cameras. The Honor Pad X6 arrives with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the Pad 6 has an added 4GB / 64GB option. Both tablets run Android 10, but given Huawei’s continuing appearance on the US entity list, it will not ship with Google’s apps or services. Pricing and release date information has yet to be declared.