HONOR has just announced its latest smartwatches namely the Watch GS Pro and Watch ES. The GS Pro is marketed as the brand’s rugged and outdoor watch while the Watch ES is said to be like a wearable private fitness trainer.
HONOR Watch GS Pro
The Watch GS Pro has a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a 454×454 resolution. It features a stainless steel bezel and a polycarbonate body with a silicone strap. The smartwatch has a 14-MIL-STD-810G certification which makes it thermal, shock, and water resistant, furthering its ruggedness.
The GS Pro is powered by the Kirin A1 SoC and is said to give up to 25 days of battery life in low power mode. While with more intensive usage with GPS enabled will offer 48 hours.
It has a total of 100 workout modes including swimming and skiing. The GS Pro also features active heart rate tracking, blood oxygen monitor, and sleep tracking. The new watch pairs via Bluetooth 5.1. It also has a built-in speaker and microphone so you can take calls while on the go.
The HONOR Watch GS Pro is available in three colors – camo blue, charcoal black, and marl white and is priced at EUR 250.
HONOR Watch ES
The Honor Watch ES, on the other hand, has a 1.64-inch rectangular AMOLED display with a 456×280 resolution.
The watch also features an animated virtual coach with 12 fully animated fitness courses and 44 animated exercise moves pre-installed. In addition, it can also track 95 workout modes.
As far as tracking goes, the Watch ES tracks heart rate, blood oxygen, sleep, stress, and the female cycle.
Its battery is said to last 10 days thanks to its dual-chipset architecture. The watch also has a quick charge function which is said to top up to 70% in 30 minutes.
The HONOR Watch ES is available in black, pink, and white and is priced at EUR 100.