Last year, Huawei launched the Watch Fit. This was a wearable aimed at users who wanted to track their health and fitness activities while also incorporating features that one might expect from a smartwatch, like a larger display (compared to a fitness tracker). However, if you thought the design was too casual, Huawei has made some changes.

The company has since announced a new variant of the Watch Fit called the Huawei Watch Fit Elegant. While the physical shape and form factor remain the same, the design has been updated where it will now sport a stainless steel frame while maintaining the fluoroelastomer strap. It will also be offered in a Frosty White finish, which comes with gold accents, or a Midnight Black which offers a more stealthy black look but comes with a silver buckle for that pop of color.

As for the specs, like we said this variant is more about the outwards appearance which means that it will sport the same hardware as the 2020 model. This includes a 1.64-inch AMOLED display, a Kirin A1 chipset, a built-in GPS and heart rate sensor, SpO2 tracking, a battery that promises up to 12 days of usage, and it will be powered by Huawei’s Lite OS.

The initial launch of the Huawei Watch Fit Elegant will be in the UK on the 26th of March where it will be priced at £110.

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