Huawei Watch GT 4 brings innovations for health and activity monitoring
November 2, 2023

Huawei Watch GT 4 brings innovations for health and activity monitoring

The popularity and presence of digital devices that help the user track every moment of activity in the day can be linked to the increasing awareness of healthy lifestyles and the desire to improve well-being. One of those devices is the Huawei Watch GT 4.

Huawei is a leader in the wearables industry, with a wide range of smartwatches designed to encourage people to live more active and healthy lives. Backed by a global network of proprietary healthcare laboratories, their hardware and software solutions are optimized to deliver highly accurate and personalized information, insights and recommendations, through pioneering algorithms. Recently, the Huawei Watch GT 4 was launched, which perfectly combines elegant design and high functionality, and what is special news for Europeans is the opening of the Huawei Health laboratory in Finland at the end of October.

TruSport adds smart sports physiology to the Huawei Watch GT 4

TruSport™ was created right on Finnish soil at the Research Institute in Helsinki. The scientific sports management system intelligently deciphers seven main indicators of sports physiology, such as maximum oxygen absorption, calories, body load caused by aerobic or anaerobic training, recovery time, predicted and current state of performance during human movements. With these statistics, TruSport™ can quantify the user's running ability, record and analyze training data, provide personalized suggestions and training plans, and help users to adequately approach a sporty, healthy lifestyle.

TruSport™ added four new sports modes at the launch of the Huawei Watch GT 4: Padel, eSports, football and basketball. By adding more modes with each new model, this feature constantly enriches the sporting habits of its users.

VO detection2 MAX

Huawei currently has one of the three most comprehensive health and fitness tracking algorithms in the world, and is the first in China to achieve this feat. One of their recent breakthroughs is in VO detection2 MAX. By using the Huawei Watch GT 4 to evaluate a person's cardiopulmonary capacity (maximum oxygen volume), Huawei's wearable technology is able to more accurately evaluate performance and even more accurately evaluate people's sports ability to improve exercise safety.

Huawei Watch GT 4: Improvements for comprehensive tracking of physical activity

The Stay Fit app is here to track energy expenditure based on calorie intake, metabolic expenditure and exercise expenditure, providing the most complete and accurate calorie tracking results in the wearable technology industry. Users can set daily and weekly quantitative goals and better understand statistics at any time, with all the necessary data on their wrist.

Huawei Watch GT 4 also improves its activity ring function to accurately measure calorie consumption, taking performance to the next level. Based on scientific research, these rings incorporate new calculations and visualizations, providing users with comprehensive and accurate insight into their daily activities.

The first ring tracks the number of calories burned daily through various activities such as walking or exercising. The second ring tracks the duration of the user's workout, while the third ring is there to show the time the user spends active during the day, including simple actions like standing up. Together, they serve as a visual goal, allowing users to develop healthy exercise habits by providing a clear and motivating indicator of their progress.

Future plans for technological advancement supported by science

Along with the launch of the Huawei Watch GT 4 and the establishment of the first Huawei Health Lab in Europe, this initiative marks the company's continued commitment to the future of innovation.

It also expresses openness to developing technologies hand in hand with the rest of the industry, where partnerships are established not only to advance Huawei's wearable technology, but also for the common good by bringing health and sports services to every individual, community and organization.