Here is a review of the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro, the latest smart watch from Huawei – Atlas Sport Network

Recently, the world of smart watches and bracelets has witnessed a remarkable development by major companies such as Apple And Samsung And Xiaomi And Huawei And these watches or bracelets have become for many people among the basic belongings to them next to the phone, where they rely on them to rely on the phone. If you do not want to use the phone, you can view notifications on them and read messages and notifications, and some also include accounts for exercise and calculation of the pulse and so on, and after The Huawei Watch GT 3 watch, which was offering a very competitive performance and outperformed many competitors in this field due to the mighty battery life with strong performance, Huawei announced a new watch to launch in the market, which is the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro watch. In this article, we will learn about it. Follow us.
First we start by opening the watch case and displaying the contents:

The watch case is a very elegant and luxurious case from Huawei in black with a prominent book in gold.

The first thing you meet when you open the watch case is, of course, the Huawei Watch GT 3.

Next comes the metal bracelet if you want to expand the watch.

Watch manuals and papers and a quick start guide.

And finally, wireless charging of the round base type.

Then here are the specifications:

the design.

One of the most important factors that Huawei considers in the GT category, including the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro, it must meet two conditions, the first is to come with a very elegant and luxurious design to match your clothes and be light in weight so that it does not cause you inconveniences on your wrist, and indeed Huawei implemented the two conditions In the watch, as it comes with an elegant design that strongly competes with luxury watch manufacturers, it also comes with excellent materials, as it has a round-shaped design with a metal frame made of stainless steel or stainless steel, and from the bottom comes the area that contains the sensors and sensors, which we will talk about later And it comes from the bottom with a plastic design, but the manufacturing materials are distinctive. The watch comes with a white metal bracelet, or a brown leather bracelet, and in terms of weight, the watch comes with a weight of 50 grams for a size of 43 mm and 52 grams for a size of 46 mm, and the watch comes with a water resistance of up to 50 meters and bears pressure Up to 5 ATM.

the screen.

In terms of the screen, the screen comes with a distinctive circular design and is better than the previous generation, as it comes with fewer edges and a larger screen size, which came from a 1.43-inch AMOLED type, and the screen comes with a resolution of 466 x 466 pixels, and this is a very good number for a watch screen, as it comes with a density of 326 pixels per inch. Unfortunately, the screen does not support a protection layer on the phone screen of any kind.

Software and watch sensors.

The watch comes with a storage capacity of 4 GB, along with 32 MB of RAM.

The greater number of sensors is just the first step to better tracking. Watch GT 3 Pro also offers an updated improved AI algorithm to filter out false readings more effectively. Huawei has also brought some of the features seen in previous wearables – 24/7/365 body temperature and SpO2 measurements and the ability to chart your own path in the smallest detail, thanks to the five-band dual-band GNSS system.

Huawei was all about sports and running when it introduced the Watch GT 3 Pro, and one of our team members, a long-distance runner, wanted to test the accuracy of the new navigation system.

In theory, it receives signals from L1 and L5 – two frequencies from satellites that work together to provide accurate positioning, and smartphones have been using this dual-band GNSS for several years. Practically speaking, as our dear colleague discovered, if a little crazy, it’s more accurate than any Huawei office wearable ever, and it’s among the best smartwatches for casual athletes. The Watch GT 3 Pro was tested in mountain valleys with poor mobile coverage and steep rocks on both sides, and the signal was as accurate as any professional navigation device.

The biggest problem with smart wearables from huge companies that want to build a huge ecosystem (like Huawei and Samsung) is that they struggle to meet the needs of professional athletes. Huawei addressed this issue with an all-new “personal AI play coach”. It’s a software feature that can “evaluate your athletic ability based on historical running data, and provide you with a scientific and professional running plan for your daily running and race preparation”.

Behind all these clever words is an algorithm that we’ve already trained because our avid runner already had some data logged into his account through the Huawei Health app. The feature offers live support while running, based on past results.

The main problem with this feature is that it only works with one sports mode – outdoor running; It does not work with Trail Run, Indoor Run, or any hiking or walking tours. There are over 100 activity patterns to trace, including several types of dances, roller skating, darts, kite flying, and even laser tag.

There’s also no Wi-Fi, but we’ve always found it impractical on sports watches – it drains the battery more without doing anything extra. We also found the operating system in general to be disappointing – the wearable-only HarmonyOS 2.0 has been rebranded to Lite OS with the ability to arrange apps in a grid (it can also be a menu, there is a toggle).

the battery.

The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro comes with a 530 mAh battery, and the company says that the battery can last more than two weeks on a single charge without the need for charging, and it comes with a Wireless charger.

And finally the price.

The price of the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro watch starts from about 369 euros, but you can compare the prices of the watch in different stores through the website Yaoota.


The prices of smart phones in the article are the prices listed in the stores at the time of publishing the article, the prices are changing up and down according to the movement of the markets, and the operating system that was mentioned as the last system for which the phone accepts the update is the system mentioned on the official website of the phone company at the time The article was written in, and some phones may accept upgrades to newer versions of operating systems.

Written by: Omar Madani.

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