Xiaomi, Amazfit, Huawei and other big screen fitness trackers

Xiaomi, Amazfit, Huawei Et Autres Trackers De Fitness à Grand

For a long time, fitness trackers differed from smartwatches in size. Most were minimalist and some didn’t even have a screen. Gradually, the market demanded more complex products and, as a result, screens were developed. Nowadays, the line between smartwatch and fitness tracker is very thin, but the differentiation can still be made. If you’re looking for an activity bracelet and want to have a big screen, here are the best proposals: Xiaomi Smart Band 7 Pro As for fitness trackers, we can’t help but mention the brand that started it all. This bracelet has been growing generation after generation. A few weeks ago, the Chinese company introduced its new oversized variant of its Smart Band series (formerly known as the Xiaomi Mi Band). The Smart Band 7 Pro features a generous 1.64-inch screen with always-on display technology. It also has heart rate measurement, oxygen monitoring and breathing during rest to detect sleep apnea. It can control around 110 sports and has a fairly unobtrusive design. Amazfit Band 7 With a considerable increase in size compared to the previous generation – and a figure that has been ignored to match the competition – the Amazfit Band 7 arrives with a design very similar to the rest of the proposals that we are going to see, taking care very its aesthetics. It is a model with an autonomy of 18 days, 120 sports modes and a revolutionary PeakBets system, capable of measuring our conditions at any time during training. The Amazfit Band 7 is capable of measuring oxygen, heart rate, stress, sleep and even naps. It integrates Alexa and promises to notify you of any abnormalities it detects in your body while you wear it on your wrist. Huawei Band 7 With a design that hugs the eyes quite well, Huawei’s bet on the activity band market in 2022 goes through this device that is only 9.99 millimeters thick and has a good screen. It’s a limitless device, with two weeks of battery life per charge and two days of use with a 5-minute quick charge. In terms of its capabilities, the Huawei Band 7 has the TruSeen 4.0 system, capable of measuring blood oxygenation and heart palpitations. In addition, it also has TruSport, a companion to our training routines that will be able to measure our endurance and recovery capacities. Fitbit Charge 5 This device is practically a miniature smartwatch. It has several technologies that are present in high-end Fitbit devices, such as the electrocardiogram or the EDA sensor to measure stress. It is fully focused on health, since it is able to control sleep, the activity we do daily and also sport. The Fitbit Charge 5 is significantly larger than its predecessor, with better finishes and a more interesting display. It’s not a cheap device, but it’s really complete. The links you may see in this article are part of our agreement with the Amazon Associates program and may earn us a small commission on their sales (never influencing the price you pay). Of course, the decision to publish them was made freely according to the editorial criteria of El Output, without taking into account the suggestions or requests of the brands concerned.
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