It seems that soon Huawe will provide its smartwatches with new health features.
The information released points to the brand being the first to integrate blood sugar monitoring, lung function tracking among other features into its wearables.
Huawei will be the first brand with these health features on its wearable devices
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Huawei is even betting on becoming the leader in the wearables segment and for that to happen, it will soon provide its line of smartwatches with new health features, being the first brand to do so.
The information was released by Huawei itself and it is expected that all the new features will be integrated into the brand’s TruSeen system that is dedicated to health monitoring.
But what new features are coming? Firstly, the Chinese manufacturer is working on developing hyperglycemic risk screening and assessing glucose level trends. In other words, the brand will integrate a functionality for monitoring blood sugar levels in its wearables.
Better: according to the information released, this feature will integrate an early warning notification system that warns the user whenever possible problems are detected.
It should be noted that this feature will be non-invasive for the user and, in the race to integrate this type of functionality, Huawei now seems to be well positioned, despite not having made known the non-invasive method to assess blood sugar. of the user.
Huawei also prepares other health resources not yet available on the market
But it seems that the brand will not stop there and is also preparing the integration of other health resources that are not yet available on the market. Namely, the lung function tracking function.
This resource will collect and analyze a series of data to predict the user’s risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Once again, the brand does not reveal how this will be done, but we always assume that it will be through non-invasive methods for the user.
Last but not least, Huawei still wants its wearables to manage health at high altitudes. In other words, the devices will inform the user of how their body is reacting at high altitudes when it is subjected to low air pressure.
The Chinese brand did not reveal the date when these new features can be made available, but given that it is already releasing them, it is likely that this will happen soon.
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