Honor officially launched the Watch GS Pro and Watch ES smartwatches.
Honor Watch GS Pro
The Honor Watch GS Pro comes with a circular 1.39-inch AMOLED display and resolution of 454×454 pixel. It has a steel bezel design, polycarbonate body and a silicone strap. Its 14 MIL-STD-810G certifications which includes shoack, thermal and water resistance shows its rugged nature.
Enthusiasts of skiing, hiking, and swimming are the main target of Honor with bad weather as well as tide condition alerts features, snowboard tracking and skiing.
Over 100 workouts mode are in place which include the ability to track active heart rate when swimming. It also has sleep tracking and blood oxygen monitor.
Powering the Honor Watch GS Pro is the Kirin A1 chipset, the same one on the FreeBuds 3 and Huawei Watch GT 2. Honor claims heavy usage with GPS will last around 48 hours and 25 days of battery life when it is in low power mode. It can be paired via Bluetooth 5.1.
The Honor Watch GS Pro is available in marl white, camo blue and charcoal black color options. It comes with a price tag of €250.
Honor Watch ES
Honor Watch ES features a 1.64-inch square AMOLED display with resolution of 456×280 pixesl, which is a more traditional fitness-oriented smartwatch. It comes with customizable watch faces and widgets together with always-on function.
Also available on this device is instructions for step-by-step work out and it has pre-installed 12 animated fitness courses. There’s sleep and stress tracking along with blood oxygen and heart rate tracking. In total, it has the ability to track 95 workout modes.
The Honor Watch ES with the dual-chipset setup, ensures about 10 days of battery life. It also supports fast charging that can reach up to 70% in as fast as 30 minutes.
The Honor Watch ES is available in white, black and pink colors with a price tag of around €100.