We all know Huawei for its smartphones, but not the Chinese manufacturer decided to conquer new market – wearable. Huawei released its new fitness bracelet Huawei Honor Band A2, which is inexpensive and has a very nice feature set and looks pretty attractive.
Honor Band A2: Specifications
Let’s start with the most interesting – fitness tracker Honor Band A2 has a display with a diagonal of 0.96 inches. It is based on OLED matrix. Thanks to the new type of matrix and such a diagonal, fitness wristband has a fairly large display. It will be very comfortable to use the device, all information is read without problems.
Honor Band A2 is equipped with heart rate sensor that will allow you to monitor your body in real time. Also there are also a number of other sensors.
The built-in battery allows you to use device for 18 days in standby mode or 9 days in active daily use. The battery life is decent enough, so you do not have to charge the product once a day.
Huawei Honor Band A2 is supported by all devices on Android 4.4 operating system and iOS 8.0 and above.
Honor Band A2: Design
It is worth noting that Huawei introduced several color options at once, so if you want a red or yellow bracelet, you will be able to buy one.
At the heart of the bracelet is a block with a display and the entire hardware. It is light enough and small, the strap is attached to it not quite the standard fastening. The strap itself made of special material, which holds firmly on the hand, does not stretch once, does not cause irritation on the skin, which is also very important.
There is protection IP67, so you can run in pouring rain and not worry about the device.
Honor Band A2: Features
Naturally, Honor Band A2 received all the standard set of fitness tracker features – a pedometer, a calorie counter, a distance meter and so on. That is, the main functional here is available, plus a heart rate monitor that allows you to monitor your performance in real time.
Also, the bracelet can function as a smart watch – show time, information about incoming calls or messages. And, of course, the phase of sleep can determine, so that it would be easier for you to wake up in the morning.
The price Honor Band A2 is $30. It is quite attractive price, given how many are asked for competitors by the market. Even Xiaomi with its bracelet does not look so cheap, because the price is approximately the same.
Huawei has no problems with customs and you can order new device directly from China. This is another plus, which can be written into the piggy bank of the new device from Huawei. Do you like Honor Band A2? Is it worth buying it for everyday life and sports?