Huawei will on Saturday 1st of February 2020 open an experience store at Sarit Centre Nairobi. the centre will serve as a walk-in store for customers to experience the company’s latest gadgets, including smartphones, fitness bands, and even smartwatches.
Notably, the first 100 guests to attend the launch at the new station will have the privilege to get a free Huawei band 3e. The band is a Huawei Wearable currently retailing at Ksh2599. Besides, the company says they will have “amazing discounts” on some of their devices available in the store including the newly launched Nova 5T.
Part of the deals will include a 50 per cent discount on the 1st 200 Huawei Band 4e and 20 per cent off on all accessories. For instance, accessories like the Huawei Watch GT2, Huawei MiniSpeakers, Huawei FreeBuds 3 and Huawei freelace, customers will get a 20 per cent discount.
Customers will also have a chance to win gift hampers and freebies for early birds.
Huawei band 3e specs and why shouldn’t miss this deal
This is quite conclusive the company is focusing on their market growth. With just days after the Nova 5T launch and impressive budget to the Kenyan market. With the launch of the experience store ahead, there is a high possibility there will be massive sales.
The Band 3e is one of the least expensive fitness trackers. Priced at just Ksh2,599 and now at Ksh0, It manages to pack in some fairly advanced features, such as an analysis of your running that identifies heel strikes.
To add on, some of the tracking features showed truly accurate testing accuracy in testing. The Band 3e’s display leaves a lot to be desired. Grainy pixels take on a greyish hue, rather than glowing with precision.
The main display shows the time and battery life. You can tap the button underneath it to cycle through the different screens. The first four screens are steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep, in that order. They’ll all show you how much you’ve achieved in each category.