Chinese technology company Huami unveiled its new generation of wearable chip Huangshan 2, Beijing Daily reported on Tuesday.
The new wearable chip has high operational efficiency and low energy consumption. It can recognize the heart problem of atrial fibrillation seven times faster than the company's previous chips, said the newspaper.
The Huangshan 2 chip will be put into mass production in the fourth quarter of 2020. New wearable products carrying the Huangshan 2 chip will be available in the first half of 2021.
The chip was launched at an artificial intelligence innovation conference in Hefei, east China's Anhui Province on Monday.
During the conference, Huami also introduced its newly developed bio-tracking optical sensor which can record heart rate, blood oxygen and sleep data with high accuracy.