Today I want to share something new with you all.
What is the hardware difference between MT2503 and MT2502?
I’m gonna make a graph so you can see the difference more clearly.
|Product||NO.1 G9||NO.1 S9|
|Satellite positioning||Support GPS and Polaris positioning||Not support|
|Ultra low power coprocessor||America PNI company EM7184||Not support|
|M-sensor Geomagnetic sensor||Support||Not support|
|HD camera||Support||Not support|
As you see, the new chip MT 2503 supports many sensors, you can even embed a camera in the chip. Unfortunately, No.1 will not embed a camera in G9, ’cause G9 is waterproof, the camera (maybe) will destroy the water resistant design.
Let alone the camera, the satellite positioning, Geomagnetic sensor and Gyro-sensor, these sensors are all fully used in the GPS positioning, Movement trajectory and the Motion pattern recognition. As the video shows, there are several sports in the apps, jogging, running, cycling, basketball, etc. You can also take it to swim, record your heart rate, calorie burn. It is a pity that this chip doesn’t support continuous heart rate measuring. Otherwise this may be a perfect sports watch.
While talking about the movement trajectory, how does it work? Does it support the speed?
Here is the G9 app UI. As you can see the left is the running mode. The big hour/minute/second is your exercise time, you have run 1 hour 22 minute 45 second. The ‘平均步帧 步/分’ is the average number of steps per minute during exercise. (步/分 means step/minute) The ‘里程/公里’ means the mileage, cheers, you already run 8.9 km. (里程/公里means mileage/公里) And the ‘消耗/千卡’ means the calorie burn. (消耗/千卡 consumption/Kcal) And the 配速/公里, 速度 公里/小时, it is the speed. (公里/小时 means km/hour)
And in the right hand, the picture is the trajectory. (Just a curve for more info please keep an eye out on our news, once I have the watch I’ll test this feature)