Factors that affect the accuracy of step counting

The accelerometer and algorithms that the watch uses to count your walking steps are highly sensitive, even small differences may affect the accelerometer and algorithms. You must provide accurate personal data during the watch’s initial configuration. For example, if you enter wrong gender, height, weight, or age, it would result in inaccurate exercise data, such as incorrect counting of steps, distance, or calorie .

In addition, factors such as your arm swing, stride, posture, road surface, and slope can also affect the step count.