At its IFA 2020 Press Conference today, HONOR expands its smartwatch portfolio with the Watch GS Pro and Watch ES both catering to different markets.
The Watch GS Pro is made for outdoor enthusiasts and has a stainless steel bezel and polycarbonate body that is rated for 14 MIL-STD-810G certifications. You get a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with a 454×454 resolution and has features such as tide condition and bad weather alerts, tracking for snowing and skiing, and a built-in GPS for hiking navigation. You also get a SPo2 monitor with the Watch GS Pro, along with a sleep tracker and the ability to track over 100 workouts.
Powering it is Huawei’s in-house Kirin A1 chipset, and its beefy battery is rated for up to 25 days in low-power mode and 48 hours with full functionality and GPS enabled.
If you are more of a casual user, the Watch ES has a rectangular design with a 1.64-inch AMOLED display that has a 456×280 resolution. It has an always-on functionality and customizable watch faces. It is an ideal workout buddy as it comes pre-installed with 12 fitness courses that provide step-by-step instructions. It can track 95 different workouts, on top of tracking heart rate, SPo2, sleep, and stress.
While it does not use an in-house Kirin processor, its dual-chipset design makes it last for up to 10 days, and a 30-minute charge tops up the battery to 70% from flat.
The Watch ES is priced at 100 Euros(~Php 5.8k) while the Watch GS Pro is priced at 250 Euros(Php 14.4k). Both will be available for pre-order in Europe on September 7.