Huawei developers have released a software update for the new Watch GT 2 Pro smartwatch.
As reported by Huawei Central, the firmware was released with build number 10.1.2.8 and weighs 201 MB. It has already begun to be distributed to watches all over the world.
In the system, the developers have worked on bugs, and also added one very useful function. It is a round-the-clock measurement of blood oxygen levels (SpO2). This feature will only work for owners of Android devices with the latest version of the Huawei Health app.
Huawei Watch GT2 Pro is the company’s premium smartwatch. They have a 46mm titanium case with a ceramic bottom, sapphire crystal, water-resistant (5ATM), and a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 454x454p resolution. Like other wearable technology Huawei, the novelty is powered by the proprietary Kirin A1 chip. The watch has a GPS, microphone, Bluetooth 5.1, and many sensors, thanks to which the device can track sleep, steps, and more than 100 types of activities.