Huawei has finally launched its first Harmony OS-based smartwatch with the names Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro. These smartwatch lineup used to run on Wear OS before being banned from trading with the US based companies last year. But this time, they came up with their own OS and this is the first device their OS’s power.
Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro specifications.
Both of these devices come with a 1.43-inch OLED display along with 1000 nits of peak brightness. The display is completely flat and has two buttons on the either side, with a rotating top crown. Although both of them looks the same, there is a subtle difference – materials. The Watch 3 Pro have a Titanium crown, and many other premium materials used to make the body of the device. There are two colors to choose from – Silver and Black, with silicone, metal straps, leather and fabric straps available to choose from.
Other specifications include SpO2 sensor, heart rate sensor, and a temperature sensor. These sensor gives you more options to track with the help of Huawei Health App. Huawei has made sure that the Watch 3 series can track more than 100 workouts, with 17 core options and 85 custom options.
The firm also claims that a single charge will give your 3 days of charge, whereas the elder one, Watch 3 Pro gives you five days of charge. Although it supports 4G LTE, you can turn it off to get more battery power on the Watch 3 Pro, which can go on for 21 days.
You can buy the Watch 3 from Huawei for £349.99 and the Watch 3 Pro for £499.99 from June 18 and June 28 respectively.