Huawei debuted the Watch GT 3 in October as part of the European launch of the nova 9 smartphone, and the company is now bringing its next wearable to Europe.
Huawei introduced the Watch GT 3 in Europe in October as part of the introduction of the nova 9 smartphone, and it is now bringing its next wearable to the continent.
The Watch GT Runner has been available in China since November, but the global rollout has yet to begin. It has a 1.43″ round AMOLED screen, a TruSeen 5.0 heart rate monitor, built-in GNSS navigation, and 14-day battery life.
The antennas on the Watch are designed to be outside the circular area of the body. This design will increase signal and coverage when interacting with the L1 and L5 satellites. HarmonyOS 2 is the software which includes an AI coach for outdoor runners.
The wearable will set you back €299. Huawei provides a variety of promotions and packages for the most ardent purchasers, including a free set of Freebuds 4i and a one-year membership to Adidas Running Premium in Germany.
Customers in France will receive a Huawei Scale 3 for free, while those in Italy can upgrade to the Huawei Sound Joy speaker for just €50 more than the total price of €150.