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Huawei band 7 launches in UAE as the company's thinnest fitness band

Huawei Band 7
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Huawei today announced the Huawei Band 7 (opens in new tab), the company's thinnest smart band which comes with a large display and comprehensive health monitoring features. The Huawei Band 7 is only 9.99mm in thickness and 16g in weight with strap. 

At that size and weight, users will barely feel the device wearing it while sleeping, working, or exercising. The band is a dedicated companion, designed to create a comprehensive exercise and health improvement experience and help users discover new ways to live a healthy and active lifestyle. 

Huawei Band 7 availability and pricing

The Huawei Band 7 is now available on Huawei’s official website (opens in new tab) and across select retailers in the UAE at a price of AED 209. The Fitness Tracker will be available in four different colour variants: Graphite Black, Nebula Pink, Wilderness Green and Flame Red.

Huawei Band 7 features and specs

Huawei Band 7 is equipped with an AMOLED colour display with a screen-to-body ratio of 64.88% and a resolution of 194 x 368.

Huawei claims that the Band 7 offers a 14-day battery life in normal usage scenarios, and up to 10 days of battery life in heavy usage scenarios, Huawei Band 7 also supports wireless charging.

The Huawei Band 7 has comprehensive health monitoring features and the ability to guide and help users to develop healthy living habits. It supports health monitoring features such as SpO2, heart rate, sleep, and stress monitoring.

You can find an upgraded workout monitoring feature, providing a total of 96 workout modes including running, cycling, swimming, rope skipping and roller skating.

The band also supports music controls, remote shutter, and reminders (text messages, emails, and social apps) along with weather, alarm clock, stopwatch, timer, flashlight; find my phone.

Mostafa Eltaweel
Sub Editor at TechRadar Middle East

Mostafa has been working in the tech journalism industry since his teenage years following his childhood passion for PC hardware, tech and video games. Besides tech, his new interests are Esports scene and regional competitions.