Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro announced last month that it will arrive in Milan, the capital of European fashion. It is the company’s flagship brand for 2022, and is certainly one of the best smartphones ever made. Introduced in two sizes and we had the opportunity to try both for this review.
After weeks of testing, arm yourself and share our insights into the Watch GT 3 Pro.
We had a 46 mm Watch GT 3 Pro and a ceramic 43mm unit titanium version with gold-accent basel. Both variants look extremely premium and classic. The larger version has a metal body, while the smaller one only comes with a ceramic body, which can have a matching ceramic band or white leather strap.
Design and construction
The titanium version supports standard 22mm straps, and the one you get in the box is very similar to the Watch 3 Pro series. It has a very easy folding handle to make. The strap can be adjusted for larger wrists, with Huawei offering three more features to extend the length.
The ceramic 43mm version takes 20mm straps. It looks amazing and the gold accent on our version is not everyone’s tea, but the amazing build quality attracts the right attention.
The white ceramic band is equally eye-catching. Made at an extremely high temperature of 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit, the floor is coated with diamond powder to give a smooth, flawless texture.
The body of the watch is made of white nano ceramics, while the sapphire glass above is free from scratches and bruises.
The class is a familiar butterfly, and like its older brother or sister, there are three additional elements to extend the band’s length. However, unlike the titanium version, you will need to use a smaller script for the smaller windows here, so you must be very careful not to miss those.
Both versions of the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro have two buttons on the side – a rotating crown at the top, and a simple key at the bottom. In fact, it has a condensing surface that is the key to activating ECG function. Charging is a standard Qi wireless issue, but if you do not intend to disconnect one end of the band at all hours, you may want to use the charger that comes in the retail box.
The Watch GT 3 Pro currently runs Harmony OS 2.0 like most of the company’s wearers. Although the operating system has been modified to support many new features here.
The watch comes with an electrocardiogram sensor that measures heart rate. This includes real-time analysis, sinus rhythm, atrial fibrillation, early warning of atrial and ventricular beat, and any other health-related concerns.
Everything looks great on paper but Huawei has not yet received the certificates needed to enable the feature, so it does not work in Europe at this time. The company is working to gain acceptance in Germany and Italy, which will open the door for further expansion in other EU member states.
We have already mentioned that the lower key is controlled, and it is necessary to close the electrical circuit in the body. So far, we have only been measuring arterial strength, and he said the clock is “normal”. Yes we do!
Identify arterial stiffness
Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro connects to any smartphone via Bluetooth. It has no cellular support, which is arguably the main difference between it and the Watch 3 Pro. It integrates with a selection of third-party applications downloaded from AppGallery on the phone, and can be used hands-free for making calls.
These days, as we expect from Huawei Watch devices, there are many features and sensors that measure sleep quality, SPO2 levels, and heart rate.
The Watch GT 3 Pro supports “over 100 workouts” modes, and is the new free diving. In addition to standard IP68 and 5 ATM ratings, this watch “has withstood 200 amazing water pressure cycles” and theoretically supports up to 30 meters of free depth.
Yes, Huawei is well-prepared for such extreme pressures, although we are not sure how accurate and useful it is for that particular movement.
In fact, although it is very comfortable, the Watch GT3 Pro is very heavy in both versions and we are not sure many will want to run it or take it in the weight class (which is not as useful as any other). Another smart watch). The seamless design and the choice of beautiful clock shapes fit perfectly in more formal environments where you can stand out.
In such cases, it may be best to transfer notifications from your phone to your wallet, even if you are limited in what you can do about them. Some pre-typed responses are as good as possible and even this is not available for all apps.
You can still read the notice to most people and find out if you have access to your phone. You’ll also find great deals in a few supportive countries, such as weather updates, sunrise and sunset, moon phases, and Huawei.
This is another great thing about the Watch GT 3 Pro alongside appearance. Huawei has developed a 46mm version with a 530 mAh battery and a 43mm version with a 292mAh battery.
The 46mm GT 3 Pro can go for 13 days with amazing heart rate, skin temperature and sleep monitoring. We have kept track of SpO2, and the stress test because those features are difficult for most users to use.
Turning these on will reduce battery life by about a day and a half, which means you still need to recharge once every 11 or 12 days.
If you decide to take the 46mm GT 3 Pro for your run and exercise four hours a week with GPS monitoring, it will reduce the battery life to 8 days.
All of these numbers are found because the display is always off. Alarm signal is fast and reliable, so you may want to keep it that way. Still, if you want to have AoD, you will have a battery life of 6.5 days in the first test mode with only a few sensors and around 4 days in extreme use with sports.
The 43mm variant of the Watch GT 3 Pro is not compatible with the 46mm version endurance. But even that one is simply too many modern hours.
If there is no AoD and only active cardiac monitoring between sensors can go 8 days between charges, this is great. Turning on AoD brings endurance up to four days.
Huawei’s 1.43-inch AMOLED (1.32’s for ceramic version) does not reveal brightness levels, but it will be much brighter to capture even the brightest sun.
Filling the 46mm Watch GT 3 Pro from 0 to 100% takes 110 minutes, which is 85 minutes longer than Huawei promises, but considering that the 30-minute charge will give you 39% charge, it is not a big deal that can last for several days.
The 43mm difference takes from 0 to 100% up to 80 minutes.
Because the devices support wireless charging, they work with any Qi charger. However, since most chargers are very large, you will need to unscrew one end of the band to place the Watch GT 3 Pro on top of it.
The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro offers compelling features, but it differs in battery life and design. The watch looks amazing, has excellent build quality and feels really comfortable.
When you think about the materials you will find, and most importantly, the price tag of the most powerful sapphire glass screen really looks like a bargain. There are not many classic watches with sapphire glass that cost as much as smart watches.
The 46mm Watch GT 3 Pro starts at 9 369 with a leather strap and the full titanium package is 9 499. The smaller 43mm version, which is occasionally twisted, is actually more expensive. Ceramic white body with no highlighter and white leather strap costs 499 euros. It costs 99 599 for jewelry made of gold and ceramic.
Huawei often sells premium equipment in many freebies, and Freebuds Pro or Freebuds Lipstick can be found for free in many markets and it is worth mentioning the annual membership with Adidas Running. Those will definitely help to make the deal even sweeter, especially if you want the device offered in your specialty market.
All those who say we can strongly recommend the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro. It’s not the cheapest or the smartest one around, but its unparalleled appearance and battery life, combined with its reliable notifications make it the best wearable for a large group of people. And thanks to its original materials, it will last a long time.