It really doesn’t look like it, but the new Honor Watch GS Pro is a rugged smartwatch. So, how rugged are we talking here? Well, according to Honor, the Honor Watch GS Pro has meet 14 different MIL-STD-810G tests.
Honor said the Honor Watch GS Pro can survive temperatures as high as 70 degrees Celsius (158 Fahrenheit) and as low as -40 degrees Celsius (-40 Fahrenheit), and resistant to salt fog, humidity, solar radiation, water, low-pressure et cetera. Plus, it is shock and vibration proof.
To complement its survivability is an impressive 25-day battery life. However, the battery is good for up to 100 hours with GPS on and on power-saving mode, or 40 hours on full-on mode with GPS on.
Speaking of GPS, it has a built-in dual satellite navigation system that supports a feature called “Route Back” that will help trekkers find their way back even on uncharted paths.
In addition to the usual workout modes, 24/7 heart rate monitoring, SpO2 monitor, sleep tracking, Honor Watch GS Pro also offers personal ski coaching and a bunch of useful outdoor data like atmospheric changes (indication of weather changes), sunrise and sunset times, moon, and tidal phases.
Other features include a 1.39-inch round OLED display (454 x 454 pixels), Kirin A1 chipset, built-in speaker and microphone for taking calls, and music player function with 500-song storage capacity.