Huawei Watch D: Supports blood pressure measurement is here!

On December 23, at the Huawei Winter flagship new product launch event, Huawei’s wrist ECG blood pressure recorder, Huawei WATCH D, was officially unveiled. This is also Huawei’s first smartwatch that can measure blood pressure.

Huawei’s first smartwatch that can measure blood pressure: Huawei WATCH D officially unveiled.




It is understood that Huawei WATCH D supports blood pressure measurement and ECG collection, and has passed the registration of Class II medical devices by the Food and Drug Administration. It adopts 2.5D three-dimensional curved glass mirror, double button design and cabin-type high-hardness aluminum alloy middle frame, cleverly superimposed on the structure of micro air pump, air bag, etc., to integrate blood pressure measurement technology into the watch; to achieve a pressure measurement system with an error of ±3mmHg, It also has a built-in high polymer tensile material strap, a human factors engineering curved airbag, and a butterfly buckle, which makes the pressurization process more stable and improves the accuracy of blood pressure measurement.




At the same time, Huawei WATCH D has a built-in ECG high-performance sensor module that supports ECG signal acquisition and can generate ECG reports in real time.



Milestone innovation! A new round of health wear upgrades

Compared with Huawei’s previous smart watch products, the health monitoring function of Huawei WATCH D is more professional and focused. This is also a milestone breakthrough for Huawei smart watches in health monitoring after ECG, and another milestone innovation for health professionalization.



In the future, Huawei may continue to deepen its efforts in the field of health, providing users with in-depth active health management capabilities unprecedented in the industry, and bringing to the industry a complete set of wearable devices that connect users’ body data, life scenarios, and professional health institutions. The brand-new health system has brought a more reference value development model for the wearable device industry.