The Huawei Watch 3 series offers standalone calls without the need for a smartphone. The difference between the 2 smartwatches is the design, build materials and battery life.
The mighty Huawei Watch 3 Pro comes with a titanium body and a 22mm standard strap. The total weight of this watch is just 63 grams without the strap. With this Pro variant, we have rubber and a metal strap in the box (this smartwatch might not look good for smaller wrists).
The watch has a 1.43-inch display. The bezel around the touch screen is split into 24 sections – for the 24 hours of the day.
The crown button on the side is also made from titanium that works both as a scroll and a button. The secondary key can do other functions like playing music, opening the contact book, and more.
This variant of the Watch 3 Series is running HarmonyOS 2.0 that adds value to this watch compared to its predecessor. This OS brings a new virtual assistant for Huawei device, Celia.
Pre-loaded apps on this device include Heart Rate, Sleep Tracking, SpO2 measurements, and Breathing exercises.
The Watch 3 Pro is also able to live on its own without a SIM card. The device has one cool feature called Drain that plays a high-pitched noise to expel any liquid from the speaker cavity.
With this Huawei smartwatch, you have the option to have your apps in a grid or a list view.
The Watch 3 Pro also supports Wi-Fi connectivity, with NFC in global markets, and can connect to a mobile network on its own.
The Watch 3 Pro has a life of up to 21 days with a big asterisk. The device has a powerful 790 mAh battery and supports magnetic 10W wireless charging. This device could also be charged much with every Qi charger. However, it takes around three hours for the charger to charge this smartwatch.
The Huawei Watch 3 Pro with the Classic variant with a leather strap costs £499, whereas the Titanium variant costs £599. Huawei UK is slashing £50 for early birds.
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