HUAWEI will release WATCH GT 3 PRO FIT 2, Arriving MAY 18
Suppose the new GT is identical to the beautiful-looking model launched in China at the end of April. In that case, you can anticipate the smartwatch with the 1.32-inch AMOLED screen to be made of ceramic and the larger one sports a 1.43-inch AMOLED display to be made of titanium. Ceramic models will last for up to seven days on one charge. However, the titanium version has a claimed battery life of 14 days.
In addition to other features, the two versions of The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro are similar specifications. They are both water-resistant to 30 meters. They are ideal for freediving and have the accessible Diving mode and other modes such as Golf Practice and Professional Running. The HarmonyOS 2-based smartwatches come with an electrocardiogram sensor, enhanced capability to track heart rate, a method of monitoring Sp02 all day long, and the ability to support Bluetooth calling and rapid wireless charging.
Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro 43mm is sold in China. Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro 43mm retails for 2 488 Y (roughly $19,254 or 367). The 46mm is priced at 29888 Y (P23,123, $441).
People looking for an attractive and fun device are likely to choose this Huawei Watch Fit 2. The lightweight frame made of metal has a stylish appearance and comes with a silicone strap.
The company claims the new product from the Watch Fit series adds a Rope Skipping mode and professional-fitness assistance features like Health Living Shamrock and all-day health management. The Watch Fit series supports Bluetooth calling and a quick chat response via WhatsApp. Additionally, an animated fitness trainer and fitness modes can be activated by lifting your wrist. It’s that is easy.
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