Non-invasive blood sugar monitoring is a term that has been thrown around a lot in the smart wearable industry, with companies as big as Apple and Samsung rumoured to be trying their hands on it. However, Huawei has beaten them all, debuting the world’s first non-invasive blood sugar monitoring in its latest Watch 4 series.
What actually is Huawei’s non-invasive blood sugar monitoring?
Say goodbye to the outdated method of pricking your finger to test your blood sugar levels. Surprisingly, this method is now a thing of the past. Well, is it? Yes, but only if you are from China and taking part in a joint research initiative between Huawei and a third-party medical institution. Huawei, the Chinese electronics giant, has made waves in the wearable sector with its latest Watch 4 series, which includes an exciting innovation – a pioneering blood sugar risk assessment tool. The series includes the Huawei Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro.
Huawei Watch 4 is the world’s first smartwatch high blood sugar risk evaluation function. This ground-breaking innovation measures blood sugar levels non-invasively, offering wearers important insights into their health. Initially, Huawei will offer the product only in China to a limited number of customers. Those taking part in a joint research initiative between Huawei and an unspecified third-party medical institution.
How does it work?
Huawei Watch 4 series does not qualify as a medical device; the blood sugar risk assessment function offers up new opportunities for health monitoring and management. The watch currently works only for Type 2 diabetics. It analyzes multiple parameters such as heart rate and pulse wave analysis to offer wearers valuable guidance on their blood sugar levels. It suggests means to improve their well-being in general, including dietary adjustments.
The Huawei Watch 4 series’ high blood sugar risk assessment feature provides users with a thorough examination of their blood sugar levels, dividing them into different risk levels. For example, the assessment may show a medium risk level, which could link to short-term blood sugar changes or a high diet of sugary, greasy, or fatty foods. Moreover, Users can start a fresh evaluation by hitting a button, allowing them to follow changes in their blood sugar levels over time.
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Huawei Watch 4 Series Features
This Huawei Watch 4 Pro features a titanium case measuring 48mm, a 1.5-inch LTPO AMOLED display covered by sapphire glass.
The Huawei Watch 4, in comparison, has a slightly smaller 46mm stainless steel case. Ergo, it offers users a variety of options to fit their preferences. Further, this debut raises the bar for smartwatches by combining cutting-edge technology with luxury. The Huawei Watch 4 series has a starting price of CNY 2,699.
In addition to the smartwatches, Huawei introduced a number of other fascinating products at the event. They are MatePad Air and Mini tablets, the MateBook E 2023 laptop, and the Huawei Vision 3 smart TV series. It shows Huawei’s dedication to developing innovative and diverse consumer electronics.
The Huawei Watch 4 series is available in China on May 18 and will be available in Europe in June. As the wearable market grows, Huawei’s latest offers aim to push the boundaries of smartwatch capabilities, empowering consumers to take control of their health and well-being in a fashionable and technologically advanced way.
- Meanwhile, check out our review of the Honor Watch GS 3.