The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro is at the very top of the budget budget basket for a connected watch. It does it well with luxurious materials, titanium or ceramic, or even fine activity monitoring on atypical sports.
Huawei has just announced its Huawei Band 7 as well as a new connected watch, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro, spotted by XDA. This completes the offer of the Huawei GT 3 from above with an even more premium version.
The circular design with its clearly visible crown and its discreet button located at the bottom tries at all costs to imitate the look of a classic watch. For the case, you will have the choice between two materials: ceramic again, with a weight of 50 grams and a diameter of 42.9 mm, or titanium, with a weight of 54 g and a diameter of 46.6 mm.
Two different screen sizes and straps
The AMOLED screen is also a bit larger on the titanium variant, measuring 1.43 inches compared to 1.32 inches on the ceramic version.
In titanium, you will have the choice between a leather or fluorinated rubber strap and on the ceramic side, it will be either a leather strap or a ceramic strap.
The two watches of course share the essentials of their technical data sheet: accelerometer, gyroscope, heart sensor, electrocardiogram, skin temperature sensor, GPS, NFC and Bluetooth. We can also mention an IP 68 certification in both cases as well as a 5ATM protection up to 30 meters.
The watch is powered by HarmonyOS 2, just like the Huawei Watch GT 3 or the Huawei Watch GT Runner.
Autonomy, golf and diving
If in appearance, the two watches therefore seem almost the same, there is however a size difference to highlight: the titanium version offers an autonomy of up to 14 days, according to Huawei, while the ceramic version goes up to 7 days at best.
The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro with the ceramic strap. // Source: Huawei
The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro with the leather strap. // Source: Huawei
If you had any doubts, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro is indeed a watch intended for the best-stocked wallets. Witness the 300 maps of golf courses it contains and its posture and swing aids, a level of precision rarely achieved for a single sport.
On the sports side, it also offers real-time data for diving like tracking your ascent, dive speed and depth, safety reminders and training to optimize breath control.
Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro price
To get your hands on these watches, you will have to pay 2488 yuan (357 euros with a simple conversion) for the titanium version and 2988 (nearly 430 euros) for the ceramic version. Be careful however, the prices practiced in France are often higher than what a simple conversion might suggest.
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