Huawei launched Huawei Watch GT 2 in October 2019. The device is packed with a 1.39-inch display and 32 MB of RAM, fueled with a non-removable Li-Ion 455 mAh battery. The device features sensors like accelerometer, barometer, heart rate, compass, and gyro.
Now, a new update has arrived at the device, which brings a new feature for measuring the oxygen level in your blood called SpO2. The update has also brought along improved system stability to the watch.
The SpO2 is a vital health indicator feature. “S” refers to saturation, “P” pulse, “O2” oxygen, and “SpO2” shows the percentage of oxygen-carrying red cells within the total number of red cells in your blood.
Practically, SpO2 will tell you how well your circulatory and respiratory systems are working. SpO2 is considered one of five essential health indicators, along with blood pressure, pulse rate, body temperature, and respiratory rate.
The latest update of Huawei Watch GT 2 got a bump in version to V184.108.40.206 from V220.127.116.11 and the size of it is around 18.37 MB.
Huawei Watch GT 2 Changelog
Changelog of the GT 2 include
- Adds a feature for measuring SpO2
- Improves system stability.
A release note has also come with the update that includes
- The update progress in the app is just for transferring the update package, it still needs to be installed on the watch for the update to complete.
- The watch needs to have atleast 20% battery to update.