Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro: Everything you need to know

Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro: Everything you need to know

Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro: Everything you need to know

Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro: Everything you need to know

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Huawei’s latest flagship smartwatches are out, with top-notch build quality, enough health and activity tracking capabilities to satisfy even the most demanding customers, and price tags to match. Let’s have a look at the main differences between the 46mm titanium GT 3 Pro and the smaller 43mm ceramic GT 3 Pro.

The build quality is outstanding, as is typical of Huawei’s GT series watches, and you can tell as soon as you unbox them. The 46mm GT 3 Pro’s titanium body and strap, as well as the sapphire glass screen, feel strong, premium, and trustworthy. This is a large watch that weighs 55 grams and may appear weird on smaller wrists. The 1.43-inch round AMOLED screen is large enough for most applications, but we can’t ignore the hefty bezel around it.

The 43mm model’s nanocrystalline ceramic body and strap are pretty stunning, and they feel very comfortable and substantial on the wrist. The 1.32-inch AMOLED display is additionally protected by sapphire glass, and the watch face and crown element are surrounded by a golden accent.
The more compact form factor will appeal to people with smaller wrists, yet the white and gold colors will not go with every style. Both GT 3 Pro watches use butterfly lock mechanisms and are packaged with spare links.

The touchscreen is used to navigate the timepieces, however the crown element and side button can also be used. HarmonyOS 2.0 is a software platform that works smoothly and supports third-party apps. The regular mix of heart rate and blood oxygen data, as well as sleep and stress measurements, is promised by health tracking. ECG (not available in our market) and arterial stiffness detection, as well as a body temperature assessment, are among the most advanced features.

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For taking calls, both Watch GT 3 Pro devices have inbuilt microphones and speakers. Other significant features include NFC (depending on market), dual-band GPS, and a dive-proof rating, which should reassure even the most daring adventurers. With usual use, the Watch GT 3 Pro 46mm is expected to last two weeks, while the smaller 43mm is expected to last seven days. In our thorough review, we’ll be sure to put those claims to the test with all of the other important features.

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