How the Huawei Mate30 series connects with the Huawei Freebuds 3 + Huawei Watch GT 2 to make an all-in-one Smart Life experience
As many of you already know, the Huawei Mate 30 and the Mate 30 Pro are already launched in Malaysia with attractive tech specs and features. Despite the slow sales start, their latest flagships still managed to surprise us with the latest Kirin 990 chipset, the dual 40MP main cameras, the 7680fps super slow-mo, AI Gesture Control and more. But that's not the only product they launched, there's also the new Huawei Freebuds 3 wireless headset and the Huawei Watch GT 2 as well.
From connectivity to audio, design and monitoring your healthy lifestyle, we take a look once again on how these three products can potentially lead us into the future of living the Smart Life. If you're curious, read on below to check them out!
#1 Combining software and hardware for a comprehensive experience
Equipped with the latest EMUI10 operating system, users now can experience a new user interface (UI) design and optimization in various ways. The AOD design has been enlarged and the colours are more refined. Besides that, the UI design is now using a magazine's typographic style so that the user can have that similar feeling of reading a hardcopy magazine.
At the same time, EMUI10 also allows the user to utilize the Multi-Screen Collaboration between the Mate 30 series and a Matebook laptop. You can even project a COD Mobile game on the screen panel from your phone, how cool is that!
#2 Huawei FreeBuds 3 True Wireless Headphones
Huawei's first-ever wireless headphones, the FreeBuds 3 is equipped with a Kirin A1 chipset which can support both wireless audio devices and smartwatches. Not only does the chipset effectively improved the connection stability, audio processing and anti-jamming features, but its dual-channel synchronous transmission technology allows the left and right earbuds to communicate directly with the mobile phone.
Furthermore, the FreeBuds 3 has low power consumption and latency, making it able to last all day long. Huawei mentioned that it sounds better to a more intense sound style such as pop songs due to the middle and lows sound frequency. Last but not least, it also has a new bone sound sensor that can detect our voice by sensing the vibration. This effectively reduces the impact of environmental noise.
#3 Huawei Watch GT2 Smartwatch
As the popular song goes by The Police - "Every breath you take, every move you make, every bond you break, every step you take", the Huawei Watch GT2 watches you. This wearable can help you record daily steps, turn on songs, take incoming Bluetooth calls when hiking, assist your sports activity and more.
In pursuing fashion and technology, the Watch GT2 comes in a variety of styles and theme dials for the users to choose from. In addition, you can also select and edit your favourite photos as a dial design, giving you more options and customization for the wearable.
In terms of functionality, you can access your heart rate, pressure monitoring and motion record page just by sliding the touch screen and using the button operation mode. There are also 15 different kinds of sport modes and this includes a few gym modes and even swimming. It's literally your personal virtual coach but do you know what's the best part? The Watch GT2 (46mm) can last up to 2 weeks without any charging at all. You almost never have to worry about not bringing a watch charger at all.
#Bonus round - More Huawei Mate 30 series stuff you should know
Let's continue more about the Mate 30 series. The flagship has an 88° ultra curve Horizon Display and certainly catches the attention, offering an edge-to-edge immersive viewing experience and let's not forget the interactive side touch for increasing the volumes without any buttons! Furthermore, it's accompanied by a Halo ring at the back housing the quad rear camera module making it one of the most distinctive looks ever on a smartphone.
Speaking of the quad rear camera setup, it is equipped with:
- A Cine 40MP camera large 1/1.54-inch image sensor that's perfect for harsh lighting conditions
- A 16MP ultra wide-angle lens with an 18mm focal length that's equivalent to the 3:2 ratio of a full-frame SLR
- A 40MP SuperSensing Camera with RYYB filter array, increasing light sensitivity by 40%
- An 8MP telephoto lens that supports 5x hybrid zoom, 30x digital zoom, dual OIS anti-shake
- 7680fps super slow-mo which is 8 times slower than a 960fps slow motion
So how does the Smart Life sound for you? Apart from the aforementioned devices, there is also the MateBook 13 (from RM3599), Huawei x Gentle Monster (RM1599) and the WiFi Q2 Pro (RM499) as well. To experience much more with the Huawei Mate 30 series (from RM2799), FreeBuds 3 (from RM679) and the Watch GT2 (from RM799), you can visit the nearest Huawei authorized store for a hands-on experience, as well as their online store right here or Facebook page here.
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