Huawei has announced the Huawei Band 8 smart bracelet model along with Nova 11 series smartphones, Huawei Enjoy X midrange phone, Huawei Matebook D 14 (2023) and MateBook D 16 notebooks. The Band 8 is the company’s lightest, thinnest and widescreen smart bracelet ever. Let’s see what Huawei Band 8 offers with its features.
The Huawei Band 8 is slightly lighter than its predecessor, weighing 14 grams, and is 8.99mm thin. We’re looking at a 1.47-inch, 368 x 194 pixel resolution, 2.5D curved screen. The smart bracelet has a screen-to-body ratio of 65%. The fitness tracker comes with thousands of watch faces to choose from.
The Band 8 model supports fast charging. The bracelet provides up to 2 days of use with a 5-minute charge, and it takes 45 minutes to fully charge.
Band 8, the first Huawei smart wristband to come with HarmonyOS 3.1, tracks sleep 10% more accurately than previous models with TruSleep 3.0 technology. Thanks to Huawei TruSeen 5.0 technology, it measures 10% more accurately in heart rate. The bracelet graphically displays the user’s 7-day resting heart rate. Automatic blood oxygen detection, heart health research, women’s health management, all-day stress tracking features are also available.
The Band 8 is Huawei’s first fitness tracker with a smart negative display. With a swipe right, you can control music, view your schedules and flights, etc. A screen opens where you can see the smart messages from the phone. In the NFC model, it is possible to use the wristband as a transportation card or payment tool.
Huawei Band 8 Price and Release Date
Huawei Band 8 smart bracelet price; about $39. The NFC model will be sold for $45. The bracelet, which comes in night black, pink, green and orange color options, will be on sale as of April 26.