News & Reviews: Huawei Watch GT announce
Last Updated: Aug 15, 2019
No, that wasn’t a typo. Huawei is inviting Malaysians to promote a better lifestyle through the Huawei Steps Challenge August 2019. All participants have to do is walk and track their steps through the Huawei Health App and stand a chance to win a Huawei P30 Pro, Huawei Watch GT, Huawei Band 3 and Huawei Body Fat Scales through the “Comment Post Challenge”.
Last Updated: Jul 04, 2019
As accessories, different watches are made for different situations. However, if you’re a one kind fits all sort of person, maybe you should have a look at the Huawei Watch GT. This smartwatch is capable of fitting into any situation - be it casual, formal or even sports.
The Huawei Watch GT comes with a 1.39 inch AMOLED touch display with high colour precision. On the back is a heart rate sensor which can monitor your heart rate in real time. If this doesn’t convince you to get yourself this smartwatch, here’s 6 features the Huawei Watch GT has that makes it the perfect watch for any situation.
Last Updated: Jun 21, 2019
Huawei has announced earlier today that they have sold more than 2 million units of the Huawei Watch GT series since launch, which happened around October of 2018. Based on IDC’s data report, this signifies a 282.2% year-on-year growth as compared to their previous sales data.
Last Updated: Apr 29, 2019
The Huawei Watch GT Active and Watch GT were launched alongside the Huawei P30 series earlier this year with the Huawei Watch GT and the Huawei Watch GT Active being priced at RM999 and RM899 respectively. Considering the features you'll be getting for these prices that's pretty good already, but here are the top 6 reasons why you should get the Huawei Watch GT Active.
Last Updated: Feb 13, 2019
Still on the fence, wondering if you should be copping yourself the Healthy Pouch Set by Huawei? Well you better act fast because today is the last day you’ll be able to do so. The Healthy Pouch Set is priced at RM3558 and includes the Huawei Mate 20 (real price: 2799), a Huawei Watch GT Sport (real price: RM899) and Huawei Health App.
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2019
It is very easy to indulge during festive seasons, especially this coming Chinese New Year. 8 course meals, snacks, cakes, drinks and more all day, every day for 7 days straight! When you combine that with your unhealthy habits you’ve picked up throughout the year, that can really take a toll on your body.
Here’s where Huawei comes into the picture, helping you make healthy decisions to start the new year. What’s more, these apps and items will continue taking care of you, even when the festivities are over and your work life kicks back into full gear!
Last Updated: Nov 26, 2018
It is an almost common failing for most smartwatches that they usually can't last longer than 1 week (the common time frame is most often 1 or 2 days only). However, the Huawei Watch GT smartwatch boasts a 2-week battery life inside a slim yet premium yet 5ATM water resistant metal body. Does it deliver this claimed battery life and more? Find out in our full review of the Watch GT below.
Last Updated: Nov 09, 2018
Recently, I took a business trip with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and while it is one of the most revolutionary smartphones around, the extra MateBook X Pro laptop and Watch GT smartwatch I brought with me really helped to make it a more complete experience. Read on to find out how exactly the Huawei MateBook and Watch GT can make the Mate 20 Pro a more complete smartphone.
Huawei Watch GT & TalkBand B5 coming to Malaysia starting from RM699 on 27 October 2018, hands-on pics includedLast Updated: Oct 17, 2018
Huawei Malaysia has announced that their 2-week battery life Huawei Watch GT is coming to Malaysia for a price tag of RM999. Featuring a power efficient dual-chip architecture for high performance and low performance needs, the Watch GT will be available in black and leather versions starting from 27 October 2018. Fitted with a built-in GPS, the Watch GT tracks health and sleep patterns while offering a rugged body capable of withstanding 50 meters underwater for about 10 minutes.
Last Updated: Oct 15, 2018
Smartwatches have been around for quite a long time now and although they are limited by a number of features, they have become a part of our lives especially for those who are living a healthy lifestyle, collecting and monitoring data on calories, monitoring heartbeats and more. There are a few brands who have tried to venture into this segment, most notably Apple, Samsung, as well as Huawei with a new wearable called the Huawei Watch GT.