Huawei’s wearable portfolio continues to grow, with the Watch Fit Mini being the most recent addition. The screen is rectangular, but the body is somewhat taller, slimmer, and lighter than any previous Watch Fit wearable to date.
The Mini model has a smaller screen and a lighter body, but it retains all of the features of its larger sister, including long battery life and a physical side button.
The rectangular display is a 1.47-inch AMOLED with touch and slide gesture capability. The resolution is 368 x 194 pixels, with a pixel density of 282 pixels per inch. The body weighs 20 grams, and the strap comes in three colors: Frosty White, Mocha Brown, and Taro Purple which is a fluoroelastomer strap, all of these are made of leather.
Onboard is a six-axis IMU sensor that serves as a gyroscope and accelerometer, as well as a back-mounted heart rate sensor. It also has SpO2 metering, which measures the amount of oxygen in the blood, and if the result is less than 80%, the Watch Fit Mini will recommend that you consult a doctor right away.
The battery has a capacity of 180mAh and is said to last 14 days on a single charge, with power users getting 10 days between charges.
Women will like the new Cycle Calendar function in Huawei’s Lite OS. They’ll get subtle alerts when their menstruation is approaching, and the Huawei Health app has a handy calendar to keep track of it all.
The wearable has 96 different indoor and outdoor workout modes, and it can track daily and nocturnal activities, including sleep, thanks to the well-known TruSleep 2.0 feature, which claims to provide details about sleep quality with up to 96 percent accuracy.
In several European countries, including Germany and Italy, the Huawei Watch Fit Mini is already available for purchase. It costs €99 (about $115), and the firm tosses in a complimentary scale (worth between €40 and €70).