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When reviewing wearable tech, we often lack a critical feature. Maybe a smartwatch has a terrific screen, but at the cost of good battery life. Huawei impressed with its Android Wear option last year. Can they bring some of that magic to improve this fitness band? Here’s our full review of the Huawei Fit.

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Huawei Fit Review: Can it bridge smartwatches and fitness bands? | Pocketnow



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  1. Can u tell me how to adjust the brightness of the display. I m seeing nothing at night time. Changing the backlight options din't work for me.

    Is there anything else I need to change to adjust the brightness

  2. i use the gear s3 with my s7 edge. expensive i know but i can answer my calls and text plus track all my fitness recording. i did use android wear before – s5 with lg urban – i didnt enjoy the experience, the watch wouldnt always connect to the s5. im more happier with the gear s3.

  3. ……. I myself believe Smart Watches fall into two categories; the expensive and useful one, and the affordable and shitty one. Fitness? Time?.. Fuck that, I can buy a normal watch it fitness band.. I ain't buying a Smart Watch for only that!.. I wouldn't mind having it in it, but I would buy a Smart Watch for other functionalities.

  4. Microsoft Band 2 remains to be the best smartwatch X fitness band out there. Text replies, timers, turn off individual notifications,… everything you mentioned here it can do. Too bad it is discontinued. Hope mine will last until something better comes out

  5. I have Garmin's Vivofit 3 and Samsung's Gear S3. I'm liking smartwatches more and more for it's utility. Not having to pry for my phone to do calls, text and see notifications is pretty convenient.

  6. So what you are saying is great fitness band, not such a great notification watch. That sucks. I hope my Pebble steel lasts until I find something worthy to replace it. I thought that might be it. 🙁