Huawei has officially unveiled the Huawei Watch 3 series, consisting of the Huawei Watch 3 and the Huawei Watch 3 Pro, from the price of RMB2599 (~RM1679) and RMB3299 (~RM2132), respectively. Unfortunately, there is no official information regarding the Malaysia release date of both the products mentioned.
The Huawei Watch 3 comes equipped with a 1.43-inch AMOLED 60Hz display with a pixel density of 326 PPI in terms of the tech specs. Not only that, but the screen is also capable of having up to 1000 nits of brightness. As for the battery life, the watch can last up to 14 days on ultra-long mode.
The Watch 3 also supports eSIM (limited to China for now), allowing you to connect to the internet and answer calls directly from the device itself. Furthermore, it is one of the first Huawei wearable products to come with HarmonyOS pre-installed. It allows the user to download, install and utilise selected apps that you can find on the Huawei AppGallery, such as a translation tool or even a boarding pass.
Because of the integration between HarmonyOS products, you can use the watch as a remote shutter and even transfer video calls from your phone to Smart TVs running the operating system. There’s also the Huawei Watch 3 Pro, which comes equipped with essentially the same specs except for a much longer battery life of up to 21 days and GPS.
In addition to that, the Watch 3 Pro has a sapphire glass display, titanium body, and ceramic back cover. It’s available in either Classic or Elite variants. On another note, all the watches will be compatible with a bunch of watch straps that are sold by Huawei starting from as low as RMB199 (~RM126).
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