The Huawei Watch GT certainly seems clock, the name is, but it is actually more of the following activity despite the high-resolution display is really impressive battery life. Plus, it looks like a smart guy. The Classic and Sports version features a 1.39-inch, 454 x 454-pixel color AMOLED panel in the ceramic frame, while the clock and the two crowns are 316L stainless steel with a total weight of 46 grams.
The display is protected by a so-called DLC (diamond-like carbon) nanocomposite coating that imitates some of the diamond’s properties, such as outstanding corrosion resistance and hardness. The central processing unit is an ARM Cortex-M4 set, which promises a prominent operating time with the 420 mAh battery. With continuous active GPS and display, 22-hour activity tracking is available, while in clock mode without a GPS (when notifications and heart rate monitor go) you can count on a one-month running time, while with normal use, a 90-minute training session takes up to two weeks with a charge. This is a lot better than what nowadays the smart classes know.
The AI optimization, in principle, allows for a more accurate measurement of heart rate, one that works with an optical sensor employing six LEDs, and ignores or corrects the results measured in the wrong position. The clock is quite thin in the genre, exactly 10.6 millimeters thick. This includes NFC, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, air pressure sensor and light sensor. Navigation is based on GPS, Galileo and BeiDou satellites.
The clock is waterproof and the manufacturer has 5 atmospheric pressure (5 ATMs or 50M) and can detect four types of swimwear, which is strongly emphasized by the manufacturer. When you are hiking, the altimeter and compass can come in handy, and the software can recognize different climbing modes and calculate calories burned, for example. In the meantime, you will be notified of calls and incoming messages, and the pedometer and sleep quality analysis are essential. Huawei Watch Sport will cost 199 euros and watch classic 249 euros.
The new Huawei Band 3 Pro also knows the same thing, it’s just a barnacle, and it’s very similar to the Honor Band 4, but its design is more serious. The AMOLED touchscreen has a modest, 0.95-inch diagonal and 120 x 240-pixel resolution, the latter being a nice value among bracelets. Despite the smaller size, the heart rate monitor and GPS are also equipped with the Band 3 Probe, as well as 5 ATM pressures. Swim in it, recognizing the different swimming habits here and giving 8 types of workouts, though some of them are the same (running and treadmill, cycling and cycling). The Huawei Band 3 Pro is 99 euros, The operating time is pretty good, with an active GPS connection for 7 hours.