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The company introduced the Honor Watch GS Pro, a rugged smartwatch with an 1.39-inch AMOLED display that boasts an impressive 25 day battery life.
Of course, that’s for normal mode.
Switch it to “outdoor workout mode” and that autonomy drops to 100 hours. Switch on GPS, and it goes to 48 hours, which is still an impressive battery life for a smartwatch.
It does all this while offering 24/7 heart-rate tracking, not to mention it also has a built-in SpO2 monitor and can track your sleep and stress levels.
The Honor Watch GS Pro’s design, with the stainless steel bezel and chunky polycarbonate body, might also be a hint that it can handle any adventure you throw yourself into.
It has a MIL-STD-810G rating and is resistant to water, shock and heat damage.
The Watch GS Pro tracks activities like hiking, mountain climbing, biking, running, and even a snowsports mode.
Even more, Honor underlined that you can use it to track your movements so you don’t get lost on the trail.
The Honor Watch GS Pro can also act as a trigger for your smartphone camera, lets you store around 500 music tracks on and offers automatic weather updates.
The other smartwatch unveiled by Honor at IFA is the more fashion-oriented Honor Watch ES, which debuts “time fragments”, a new way to encourage you to squeeze in a workout.
Read more about it here.
Both of the watches will launch on September 7, with the GS Pro retailing for €250 and the slimmer Honor Watch ES for €100.