Huawei’s keynote launch event took place earlier today, where we witnessed the global debut of the foldable Mate Xs 2 along with three smartwatches and a smartband. Watch GT 3 Pro is the flagship with a premium design and a host of health and activity tracking features.
Watch Fit 2 is an affordable version with long battery life and a stylish look. The D Watch puts health tracking first with its blood pressure and ECG trackers, while the Band 7 is the lowest-cost entry with a slim and light design and up to two weeks of battery life.
Watch GT 3 Pro
The latest premiums in the Huawei Watch GT range are available in 46mm (titanium) and 43mm (ceramic) sizes. Both are equipped with AMOLED screens as well as plenty of health and activity tracking features. You get a standard heart rate and blood oximeter along with stress and sleep tracking, but Huawei also adds ECG (market dependent) and arterial stiffness detection to the mix.
You can track more than 100 sports modes, including swimming and diving. Runners and hikers can take advantage of the dual-band GPS. The watch runs on Huawei’s Harmony OS 2 and you can receive calls via Bluetooth. Battery life on the 46mm model is rated at two weeks with mixed uses, while the smaller 43mm model can last about a week.
The Huawei Watch GT 3 (43mm) retails at €499 with a white leather strap, while the ceramic strap version is priced at €699. The 46mm Titanium model starts at €369 for the silicone strap version and goes up to €499 for the titanium strap model.
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Watch Fit 2 offers a 1.74-inch rectangular AMOLED display, all-day heart rate, SpO2, stress tracking, and activity tracking for 96 sport modes. There are three styles to choose from – active (silicone strap), classic (metal strap) and elegant (leather strap). You can receive Bluetooth calls on the watch and get fitness animations right on the screen.
Huawei Watch Fit 2 also comes with built-in GPS and a ten-day battery. The Watch Fit 2 starts at €149 for the Active Edition and goes up to €249 for the Elegant Edition model.
Huawei Watch D was initially launched in China last year as a health-focused smartwatch with ECG and blood pressure measurements. It can also track more than 70 exercise modes and take measurements of normal heart rate, SpO2, sleep and pressure.
The D Watch should last up to seven days between charges and come with an IP68 rating. It has a 1.64″ AMOLED color touch screen. Watch D starts at €449.
Huawei Band 7 is the most affordable entry in today’s ads, starting at just 59 euros. You get a 1.47″ AMOLED screen, heart rate, blood oxygen tracking, and 5ATM water resistance.
It comes in 4 colors and you can track over 96 sports modes. The battery is rated for up to two weeks.