The company's second smartwatch is available in two versions, 41mm and 46mm, to be more accessible to people of all wrist sizes.
DFree enables people with bladder control issues to have a convenient and cost-effective alternative to disposable diapers or pads and medications.
The Chinese company's latest devices don't run Google's Wear OS but Huawei's own platform for wearable devices.
The still unannounced device has been caught at the FCC though at this time it is unknown when or even whether it will be unveiled.
After being bought back from Nokia, Withings is making a comeback with a fancy wearable for the mass market.
The new wearable further cements the iPhone maker's dominance in the smart wearables space.
Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan), Central & Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa and Latin America grew 14% YoY as basic wristbands are still in high demand.
The company has also unveiled the Omron Blood Pressure Monitor + EKG, the first single at-home device in the U.S. that measures blood pressure and EKG.
The overall wearables market is expected to grow from 113.2 million shipments in 2017 to 222.3 million in 2021 with a CAGR of 18.4 percent.
The new device is slimmer, water-proof, has an always-on display and a one-year battery life; it is available for $79.99.