New products from Fitbit, Garmin and Huawei helped propel the basic wearables category, and so did the growing demand in markets across Asia/Pacific.
Announced as one of key features of Apple Watch Series 4, the ECG functionality will be released by the end of the year as part of the next software update.
The fitness tracker comes with connected GPS, integrated heart rate reader, and a battery life of up to 20 days; it's now up for pre-order for $129.95.
When it comes to the fourth quarter, Fitbit expects revenues to be greater than $560 million, with device sales down and a higher average selling price.
Fitabase has worked with over 150 academic and clinical institutions worldwide on over 500 studies with one singular goal: better research, better results.
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.