Shares in Huami Corp. (NYSE: HMI) soared more than 9.5 percent Tuesday, trading at $10.01 apiece, on news that it has unveiled a pair of new smartwatches. They feature an electrocardiogram sensor in addition to an optical heart rate sensor, similar to the Apple Watch 4.
The smart wearable technology firm said Amazfit Verge 2 is the first smart watch equipped with eSIM function. It supports 4G independent call and cellular mobile network services of mobile. The Verge 2 is compatible with all major carriers in China.
Amazfit Avenger Edition
Amazfit Bip 2 is equipped with the first artificial intelligence chip Huangshan No. 1 in the global smart wear field. The chip has a cardiac biometrics engine that allows for more accurate heart rate monitoring, as well as real-time electrocardiogram sensor screening for any abnormalities like heart arrhythmia or atrial fibrillation.
Three Colors of Amazfit Bip 2
Wang Huang, the founder, and chief executive officer of Huami, pointed out that hardware is only the foundation of products. Real intelligent hardware must contain healthy cloud services in order to form a complete set of service closed loops and help users to keep a healthy body level.