Today Honor is one of the great leaders of the day since the company has been walking around the IFA 2020 to announce a good number of innovations. One of the devices they have presented is the Honor Watch ES, their peculiar watch with an elongated screen, but it has not been the only wearable that the firm has shown, as Honor has taken the opportunity to announce the Honor Watch GS Pro, its first intelligent rough-and-ready watch.
Honor Watch GS Pro Features
|Dimensions and Weight||45.5 grams without strap;|
Resolution 454 x 454 pixels
|Operating System||Customized by Honor|
Up to 25 days depending on the manufacturer
|Sensors||GPS + GLONASS|
Huawei TruSeen 3.5
|Extra Features||Photography Remote Control|
100 Sports Modes
Storage for 500 Songs
Monitor Stress Monitor
Ready for Outdoor Sports
Unlike its brother Watch ES, the Honor Watch GS leaves aside sophisticated design to opt for a more outdoor look, highlighting the ring and dial finished in stainless steel and its rugged design. It is available in white, black, and Camo Blue, a blue with a military print. At the bottom, meanwhile, there is the heart rate sensor Huawei TruSeen 3.5, as well as a sensor Sp02 that will measure the level of oxygen in the blood.
And while we’re on the subject of sensors, it’s worth noting that the device has a built-in GPS sensor and a very interesting function: Route Back, which records and saves the route we’ve followed to offer us the way back without having to have the clock connected to the mobile. It also has a barometer, water resistance of 5 ATM (50 meters), and a notification system for severe changes in weather conditions.
As for the display, we found a 1.39 inch AMOLED panel with 454 x 454 pixels resolution, which translates into 326 pixels per inch. It is tactile and can be customized with animated covers with outdoor aesthetics. To keep it on, the device will use a 790 mAh battery with which Honor promises up to 25 days of autonomy and up to 48 hours with the GPS activated.
When it comes to exercise, the Watch GS Pro supports over 100 sport modes, including hiking, climbing, swimming, triathlon, and, for the first time, skiing (including skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country). Honor explained that the device can automatically detect when we start exercising and will also provide voice guidance.
Finally, as a smartwatch, we will be able to manage calls from the clock, store up to 500 songs, take pictures with our mobile remotely, control our stress levels, and analyze our sleep. However, we will have to wait to see how comfortable it is to wear it while we sleep because the device weighs 45.5 grams.
Price and Availability
The Honor Watch GS Pro will be available in black, camouflage blue, and white for $319.99.
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