“The Huawei Watch GT boasts of a heart rate sensor, new LiteOS, multiple exercises tracking modes, and a long-lasting battery”
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has launched its latest wearables Huawei Watch GT, Huawei Band Pro, and Huawei Band 3e in India. Starting with the watch, it’s a fitness-focussed product with plenty of exercises modes to keep you fit and active. The Huawei Watch GT also runs the company’s Lite OS software and has a long-lasting battery, touchscreen display, built-in location tracker, and a handful of AI features. The Huawei Band 3 Pro and Huawei Band 3e, meanwhile, are fitness trackers aimed at the budget segment.
Huawei Watch GT, Band 3 Pro, Band 3e price in India
The Huawei Watch GT price in India has been set at Rs 16,990 for the Classic Edition and Rs 15,990 for the Sports Edition. The early buyers will get Huawei Sport BT AM61 earphones worth Rs 2,999 free with the watch as well as no-cost EMI options for up to nine months. The Watch GT will be available for sale starting March 19th only on Amazon.in.
On the other hand, the Huawei Band 3 Pro and Band 3e will set you back to Rs 4,699 and Rs 1,699 respectively. While the Band 3 Pro (available from March 26th) comes in Obsydian Black and Space Blue colour variants, the Band 3e is available in Pink and Black shades from March 19th onwards.
Huawei Watch GT, Band 3 Pro, Band 3e specifications
As for the specifications, the Huawei Watch GT sports a 1.39-inch AMOLED display with 454 x 454-pixel resolution. It comes clad in a “dual-crown design” with stainless steel and ceramic bezels and is treated with a “DLC diamond carbon coating” to provide users with durability. The watch also incorporates two band options — a dual-colour silicone band and an elegant leather-rubber band.
Other features include Tri-GPS system, Truseen 3.0 heart rate monitor, tracking feature for running, hiking, walking, and cycling activities. The watch’s new dual-chipset architecture is claimed to be power efficient thanks to AI integration. Lastly, the wearable is touted to pack a long-lasting battery that is said to last 22 hours with continuous exercise tracking, GPS and health rate tracking, and an always-on screen. Without GPS, the battery can be stretched up to 30 days of messages and call alerts and heart-rate monitoring.
As for the Huawei Band 3 Pro, it also offers TruSeen 3.0 that is said to accurately detect the heart rate of a user. It features a 0.95-inch HD AMOLED colour touchscreen display and intuitive control options such as swiping vertically or horizontally to navigate between screens or tapping the screen to return to home. The accessory offers touchscreen display and is rated to deliver 17 days of regular usage, eight hours of GPS active time, and up to a month of standby time. The Band 3 Pro is also compatible with Huawei Health app that keep a tab of your fitness data.
Its younger sibling Huawei Band 3e offers “ergonomic” design and packs a new Footwear mode – an application that provides precise running data with the press of a button. Huawei claims that the wearable can provide treadmill running data at 97 percent using built-in 6-Axis Gyroscope based sensor in Footwear mode. Lastly, the wearable is water-resistant up to 50 meters.