Huawei Watch GT 2, GT 2e & GT 2 Pro are the company’s creative smartwatches on its LiteOS platform. Huawei has tried to pack all the necessary features into the watches to make them premium wearable devices that help in workout sessions. The company has individually taken care of fitness & health functions on the smartwatch. The newly added 15 sport modes are the initiative towards fitness goals. The best part of the Huawei Watch GT 2 series is its blood oxygen monitoring (SpO2) feature that lets you measure blood oxygen levels in your body.
The SpO2 sensor allows users to track their blood oxygen saturation level to know better about their health & fitness. Currently, Huawei Band 5, Band 6, Honor Band 5, Band 6, Band 5i and Honor MagicWatch 2 support the blood oxygen monitoring function. The Huawei Watch GT 2 series is the new smartwatches to get the feature, so you must know how to measure the blood oxygen level (SpO2) on Huawei Watch GT 2, GT 2e & GT 2 Pro. Below are the steps to check the blood oxygen level in your body.
SpO2 on Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro
Before you check the blood oxygen level we want to tell you that the measurement will be interrupted if you swipe right on the screen, start a workout on the Huawei Health app or receive notifications for incoming calls or alarms.
1. Wear your watch tight to the wrist
2. From the home screen, press the Up button until you find the SpO2 function
3. Tap on SpO2 to measure the blood level
To measure the blood oxygen level while mountain climbing, go to the climbing screen and select SpO2 for accurate data. To get the result, you must wear the Watch GT 2, GT 2e & GT 2 Pro correctly otherwise it will give an error. Read the on-screen instructions about how to wear it correctly and retry again. Follow the above steps, and get better results about your health & fitness.
Prutha Passionate about new tech gadgets, since she bought her first smartphone. She likes to try out new smartwatches & read new articles about tech wearables. Apart from that, Prutha takes fitness sessions & teach people how to use tech wearables to stay healthy.