Huawei will launch its Kirin A1 ultra-low-power processor in the Indian market by December. The company has also made an official announcement regarding its launch in India. However, the company has not yet confirmed which devices equipped with this processor will be launched in India. According to the report, the Freeheads 3 and Watch GT2 equipped with the globally launched Kirin A1 chip can debut in India. The company showcased this chipset at the IFA Trade Show in September. The company says that it is specially designed for small and personal devices including wearables, wireless earphones, smart speakers, smartwatches, smart glasses.
Globally launched Watch GT2 and Freebuds 3
- Huawei’s Kirin A1 chipset is based exclusively on the ARM Cortex M-7 core design. It is designed for the Internet of Things, wearable and sensor hubs to reduce power consumption.
- The Kirin A1 is also being called the world’s first chip that supports Bluetooth 5.1, Bluetooth 5.1 LE and low power applications.
- Because of these features, it will be used in small devices such as Truly Wireless earphones to increase battery life. Most customers are upset due to high battery consumption.
- The company says that fitness and health-centric products equipped with the Kirin A1 chip will support several advanced sensors, including optical heart rate sensors and 6 Axis gyroscopes.
- Through this, heart rate, speed of beats, sleep monitor and many other important data will be collected without consuming much battery.
- Huawei has launched Freebuds 3 Truly Wireless Earphones and Watt GT2 equipped with Kirin A1 chip in the global market. It is expected that these two products can be launched in India.
- Huawei Freebuds 3 is equipped with features such as noise reduction, echo cancellation and speech recognition in Truly Wireless earphones.
- The Huawei Watch GT3 lasts two weeks in single charging. It looks like a traditional watch. It is available in round shape. It tracks activities like sleep, stress and heart rate.