Huami Has Plans to Dominate the Smartwatch Market
Huami is ready to take a global lead in providing smart wearable devices. The company behind the Mi Band has already proved to be a serious competitor on the market. According to the sales statistics of the first quarter of this year, Huami claimed first place in the field of hand-worn devices, tying Fitbit and Apple for second and third place respectively.
Analysts predict that Huami will conquer the wearable technology market. But before the brand can sit pretty, its Amazfit Pace has to challenge Samsung, Huawei and eventually kill the biggest player on the market — Garmin's Fenix line. The head of the company, Huang Van, has recently disclosed that to date Huami has shipped more than 30 million devices. Imagine, how popular the new ones are going to make the company.
Amazfit Pace is a sports watch-tracker that can communicate with your smartphone and work autonomously. It also has a GPS module that makes it compatible with all mapping applications starting from Google Maps to Strava. When the watch is synched with your smartphone, it lets you know if you have a call, unread messages or alerts. This probably could be enough to fight major band vendors, but after that Huami bombed with Amazfit Health Band. It has a sleep and motion sensor, a real-time heart rate monitor, a cardiac arrhythmia sensor and an ECG data module.
And with such a set of functions you can claim to be among the smartest trackers in the world.