Huawei may be having a hard time with its phones, but when it comes to watches, it’s a completely different story and now it’s time for the third generation.
Huawei surprises with the introduction of two new watches and the biggest news this time is that the watch will be the first to run HarmonyOS.
HarmonyOS is Huawei’s own operating system that they have worked hard on in recent years and now we are starting to see the results.
Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro are both equipped with a 1.43-inch OLED screen that has a refresh rate of 60Hz, which feels a bit unusual for a screen. Watch 3 has 4G built-in and with just 4G activated, the battery life should end up in three days according to Huawei, but if you choose to turn off 4G and take advantage of the battery saving function, the battery should last for 14 days.
Watch 3 Pro has a larger battery and should instead manage with 4G activated for five days and if it is turned off with the battery saving function for 21 days, but this is usually something you have to test yourself.
What also makes the Watch 3 Pro different from the Watch 3 is that it is made of titanium and has a better GPS.
Huawei Watch 3 will go on sale in August, the price tag is then SEK 3,990.
Huawei Watch 3 Pro will also go on sale in August, the price tag is instead SEK 4,490.