Honor unveils Watch GS Pro: rugged case and up to 25 days of battery life for 250 euros


Honor unveils Watch GS Pro: rugged case and up to 25 days of battery life for 250 euros

These days, different people deal with excessive stress in different ways. Some try to channel energy into indoor activities, while others try to get out into nature. Regardless of how a person prefers to exercise, Honor has introduced the Watch GS Pro rugged smart wristwatch that promises up to 25 days of battery life.

Watcg GS
Watch GS

The device is designed to withstand heavy impacts. The stainless steel and other materials have passed 14 different MIL-STD-810G tests for shock, water-resistance, and heat resistance. The device has a built-in GPS / GLONASS receiver, and the watch can offer the RouteBack function – if a person went to the mountains or forest along a new route, then it will be possible to safely return back along the same path recorded for hours.

There is also a built-in barometer, which will help with normal travel in the mountains, and will also be useful for climbers. There is also a storage room that can hold about 500 songs, a built-in audio player, and an automatically updated weather forecast with warnings about the approach of bad weather.

Fitness lovers will definitely find the right workout regimen for themselves because there are 100 of them here: rock climbing, hiking, skiing, indoor running, swimming, and so on. Many workouts can offer animations to show you how to squat or do other exercises. There’s also the usual fitness stats, sleep tracking, 24/7 heart rate tracking (even when swimming), blood oxygen, stress, and menstrual monitoring. The watch can also be used to release the camera shutter on compatible smartphones.

Due to the design of increased strength, the weight of the watch without a strap is 45.5 grams – this, however, is within the normal range for such a smart sports watch. The 1.39 “AMOLED screen boasts a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels (326 PPI). There is a large selection of animated watch faces.

The key indicator, of course, is battery life. Users can expect 25 days on a single charge under normal use. With the GPS receiver turned on, the watch can still offer an impressive 2 days of battery life. In outdoor training mode, the device can squeeze up to 100 hours. It takes two hours to fully charge.

The advanced features and rugged case will cost Honor Watch GS Pro buyers € 249.9 after pre-orders start on September 7 in some EU countries. In Russia, the launch is promised in October. The cost in rubles has not yet been announced. Color options include Black, White, and Camouflage Blue.



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