No, but to be fair that isn't listed in the features either. Maybe on the Huawei watch 3? In the meantime, I welcome the Chinese to add data on my step count and music tastes from the Huawei watch. They can hopefully cross reference it with the Yi camera I have looking over my front lawn to verify the accuracy of my step count (excited)
I've had this watch for a bit and it's got the best specifications going, and it's a real looker. You can get different quick release strap bands a plenty and cheap, and the watch faces with watch maker are amazing .
Yeah, it’s a watch on a deals website, probably best to keep politics out of it as it’ll be a bit annoying to wade through for those who just want info on the deal
Firstly, the article you link to explicitly says that the UK hasn't banned Huawei tech. Secondly, the US have been pressuring it's allies to ban Huawei tech, but haven't offered any proof of any tampering by the Chinese government. Thirdly, the US is currently going through one of its periodic protectionist phases, so it's debatable whether there's any merit to their claims (plus, they've historically thrown their toys out of the pram if anyone got ahead of them technologically - they banned Concorde initially because Boeing and Lockheed couldn't build a competing supersonic airliner). Finally, if China is allowed special access to Huawei products, what makes you think that any of the Five Eyes countries are any better? The NSA and GCHQ are known to intercept massive amounts of data that they have dubious need of, and they continually try to weaken encryption schemes and add back doors to various technologies and apps we use every day.