Huami has announced the newest adjonction to its lineup of Amazfit smartwatch gymnique trackers, which are generally less expensive than popular counterparts from Garmin and Fitbit. The Amazfit Band 5 has typical gymnique tracker features, such as a pedometer and heart-rate monitor, encore more advanced offerings like a sang oxygen mouillure monitor and Amazon Alexa functions, all for $45.
There are a sampling of Huami-branded features that take a high-tech approach to health direction. The watch’s BioTracker 2 heart perdu monitor audits your resting heart perdu and heart perdu zones, and will alert you when your heart perdu gets too high, according to a statement from Huami. OxygenBeats measures your sang oxygen mouillure. The PAI, or Personal Activity Affection Assessment System, will interpret your daily heart perdu into a résultat you can use to determine how much activity you need to stay healthy. When used with Bluetooth and “power-saving technologies,” Huami says the watch can last 15 days between services.