A new smartwatch from Huawei, the Watch GT3, runs on HarmonyOS 2.1 and is compatible with both iPhones and Android smartphones. Additionally, the Huawei Watch GT Runner features a high-strength polymer fibre case and a ceramic ultra-light bezel. The Tech Guide put the 42mm and 46mm versions of Huawei’s Watch GT3 through its paces.
A wide variety of watch face options are available through Huawei Health, the app that you use to pair the device with your iPhone or Android device. These watch faces feature all kinds of different complications and designs. Bright and sharp, the Watch GT3 screen can be set to AODs (always on display) or raised to wake so that the screen comes to life when you lift it. The latter, on the other hand, performed better in terms of battery life. When we tested it, we were blown away by the Huawei Watch GT3’s battery life.
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At just 11mm thick, the Huawei Watch GT3 looks slim and sleek on your wrist. It’s a svelte 46 grammes. Tactile feedback is provided by the rotating crown on the watch when receiving notifications or using the device. In addition, the GT3’s features can be easily accessed by using the crown and button or by swiping the touchscreen. The watch’s launcher organises all of your apps into a chessboard pattern, making it simple to find and use them.
A total of more than 100 workout options are available, including 18 professional modes, 12 outdoor workouts like running, walking, and mountain climbing, as well as six indoor workouts like free training, the elliptical machine, and the rowing machine. Other outdoor workouts include swimming in open water and swimming in triathlons. Indoor workouts include running, walking, and cycling. The Good Guys and the Huawei Experience Store