Today, realme released a feature-rich, stylish and thin smart sports watch in India-realme Watch, marking the first mass production commercial use of high-performance heart rate and blood oxygen detection sensors by Huiding Technology. This solution has the characteristics of ultra-low power consumption, ultra-high precision, and ultra-thin thickness, and is specially designed for smart wearable devices such as watches, Bands, and health armbands.
After Huiding Technology’s heart rate detection chip supplier is used for headsets of well-known brands such as Honor and Godong, and in-ear detection and touch two-in-one chip suppliers are used for OPPO and vivo’s TWS headphones, the “heart rate + blood oxygen detection” innovative single-chip solution ushered in the first Commercial use not only demonstrates the new breakthrough of Huiding Technology in exploring the smart wearable market, but also confirms that Huiding Technology’s investment in the field of health wearables is gradually blossoming, and the future growth space will continue to open.
In recent years, the health wearable market has become increasingly popular. According to the latest data from International Data Corporation (IDC), in the fourth quarter of 2019, global wearable device shipments increased by 82.3%, reaching approximately 119 million units; The shipment of wearable devices was nearly 337 million units, an increase of 89% compared with 178 million units in 2018. Strategy Analytics research report pointed out that in the first quarter of 2020, global smart watch shipments increased by 20% year-on-year.
As the deployment of 5G and the Internet of Things accelerates, each of the leading mobile phone manufacturers is actively building their own Internet of Things ecosystem. Huiding Technology, which has the advantage of “customer + technology”, will continue to exert its strength in this market. With the continuous introduction of differentiated value Innovative product portfolio helps more end-to-end innovative applications of the Internet of Things land, bringing an increasingly rich smart experience to consumers around the world.