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Huawei launched the Watch GT 3 Pro in China earlier this month, essentially being a Watch GT 3 with ECG functionality. Now, the company has brought the watch to global markets, along with the Watch Fit 2.
Starting with the Harmony OS-toting Watch GT 3 Pro, it’s available in a 43mm Ceramic variant and a 46mm Titanium option. The differences boil down to more than just size and material though, as the Ceramic option has a 1.32-inch 466 x 466 OLED screen while the Titanium model has a 1.43-inch 466 x 466 OLED display.
Huawei hasn’t dished out specific battery capacity details, but says the Ceramic model can last up to seven days while the Titanium option can last up to 14 days.
Otherwise, both Watch GT 3 Pro variants offer a digital crown and physical side button. Prominent health and fitness features include ECG functionality in certain countries (albeit not available at launch), SpO2 tracking, heart rate monitoring, arterial stiffness detection, skin temperature monitoring, and over 100 workout modes.
Other notable specs include 5ATM water resistance, free-diving support down to 30 meters, Bluetooth calling functionality, 32GB of storage, and local music playback.
What about the Huawei Watch Fit 2?
Looking for a more fitness-focused offering? Then the Watch Fit 2 might be up your alley. Expect a similarly rectangular display shape as its predecessor, although the new tracker’s 1.74-inch OLED panel is larger than the Watch Fit 1’s screen.
Huawei also promises up to 10 days of battery life on the Watch Fit 2 from the 292mAh battery, along with Bluetooth calling functionality, WhatsApp call capabilities, 32GB of storage, and the ability to play locally stored music.
What else did Huawei announce?
The company also had three more products to reveal, namely the Huawei Watch D, Huawei Band 7, and Huawei S-Tag. Starting with the Watch D, Huawei calls it the first “wrist-type blood pressure monitoring device,” using a mini-pump to help attain blood pressure readings. The firm adds that the Watch D’s range for blood pressure readings is comparable to that of conventional blood pressure readers.
The Watch D is a smartwatch otherwise, sporting other features like ECG functionality, heart rate tracking, SpO2 monitoring, over 70 workout modes, and up to seven days of endurance.
Meanwhile, the Huawei Band 7 fitness tracker continues the trend of fitness tracker/smartwatch convergence. The device measures in at less than 10mm thick, while also offering a new running measurement system dubbed Running Ability Index (RAI), heart-rate tracking, and over 4,000 themes.
Finally, Huawei’s S-Tag sounds like the company’s take on Tile trackers and Apple’s AirTag system. However, it’s actually a miniature sensor hub of sorts for running. More specifically, Huawei says the S-Tag monitors your running posture based on foot and waist motion data. Fortunately, the tag also offers basic cycling support, covering cadence, distance, and speed.
Huawei wearable pricing and availability
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Huawei has only released UK pricing as of writing. Expect to pay £429.99 (~$534) for the 43mm Ceramic Watch GT 3 Pro and £299.99 (~$372) for the 46mm Titanium model, with the former model being available from June 8 and the latter being available from May 30. The watch will be available from the Huawei Store, Amazon, and Currys.
Meanwhile, those in the market for the Watch Fit 2 can grab one for £129.99 (~$161). The tracker goes on sale via Amazon, Currys, and Very from June 15.