Besides Huawei‘s big smartphone launches, the Chinese company also unveiled their brand new smartwatch called the Huawei Watch GT. And the best thing about this wearable is a smartwatch with a fitness band’s battery life.
Apart from the iPhone XS and iPhone XR, the latest Apple Watch Series 4 will be available for pre-order in Malaysia starting this Friday, 19 October 2018. This is the latest Apple Watch series that offers a larger display and it can get ECG (electrocardiogram) reading from your wrist.
Samsung’s Galaxy Watch is finally up for pre-order in Malaysia and the best part about it is that the smartwatch is actually more affordable than we thought. In fact, you can get one for even less than the current Gear Sport.
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To me, the Apple Watch has always been the best smartwatch money can buy. I didn’t believe it at first, but when I started using one, there was just no question about it. The closest I ever saw any manufacturer get was Samsung, but while their watch had the excellent rotating bezel, everything else always felt a little lacking.
This year, Apple’s pulling even further ahead of the competition with the Apple Watch Series 4.
After 2 years since the launch of Charge 2, Fitbit is reviving one of its most prominent fitness tracker series with the upcoming Fitbit Charge 3. This is the first Charge wearable that you can take for a swim.
UPDATE: Fitbit’s PR team had reached out to us and they claimed that there was some miscommunication. They would like to clarify that Fitbit products are officially sold in Malaysia and they do offer warranty to all of their Malaysian customers as well as customers around the world.
When it comes to devices, it is always recommended to buy official Malaysian units for local support and warranty. However, when Channel News Asia correspondent, Sumisha Naidu, had recently reached out to Fitbit for assistance, it turns out there’s no official presence in Malaysia.
No, it’s not a fitness tracker. It’s also not a smartwatch. ASUS‘ brand new VivoWatch BP is something else entirely — at least, according to the Taiwanese company. They’re calling it the world’s first “true health tracker” and it’s all because this wearable can do something very special: It can accurately collect blood pressure data.
Most smartwatches these days are capable of tracking heart rate but unfortunately, you hardly find one that can track blood pressure. The most portable solution we’ve seen so far is Motorola’s Vital Moto Mod but it looks bulky and it only works with the Moto Z series.
Blood pressure monitoring is actually quite crucial as more than 40% of adults aged 25 years and older suffer from raised blood pressure. To tackle this health issue, ASUS has just introduced the VivoWatch BP. This is the world’s first health band with built-in blood pressure tracking.
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Xiaomi has been doing pretty well in the wearable business thanks to its affordable Mi Band. In 2017, they have shipped 15.7 million devices making them the #2 wearable brand worldwide behind Apple.
With shipments starting to slow down, the Chinese company will be releasing a new one and they have just posted a teaser of what could be the Mi Band 3.