President of Huawei Consumer Business Group (BG) AI revealed recently at the Huawei Developer Conference 2021 (Together) that the company’s global shipments of Huawei smart wearables had crossed 80 million. This has helped in making the Chinese tech maker first in the market in China when it comes to wrist-worn wearable gadgets. Huawei boasts a global user base of more than 320 million people, and its sports health app has 83 million monthly active users.
Huawei has also partnered with over 60 research institutions to conduct health studies using Huawei wearable devices in the areas of lung health, heart health, sleep apnea, vascular health, women’s health, and more. In simple words, the Huawei ecosystem now has approximately 60 cooperation research institutes and 5 million consumers.
Few significant drivers are driving the Smart Wearables Market, such as the rising popularity of the product among people, efficient advertising methods in untapped regions, and large expenditures made in product development. Furthermore, firms are attempting to keep up with rising demand and supply the appropriate volume of items to the market.
About Huawei Health App
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- Tracks distance
- Tracks your sleep
- Has a route tracker
- Provides activity reports
- Compatible with Android
- 52 Languages supported
- Counts how many calories you’ve burned
- Compatible with external heart rate monitors
- Measures pace
Huawei’s goods and services are utilized by a third of the world’s population and are available in more than 170 countries. Fourteen R&D centres have been established in nations throughout the world, including Germany, Sweden, Russia, India, and China. One of Huawei’s three business units, Huawei Consumer BG, is responsible for smartphones, PCs and tablets, wearables, and cloud services, among other things.