Today, Huawei launches the Watch GT 3 Pro, which takes much of the features of the existing Watch GT 3 and puts them in a much nicer body. The three regular versions, each with a 46 mm body, have a titanium body and, depending on the model you choose, a rubber, leather or titanium strap. From there, you’ll get most of the same features as the GT 3, albeit with the ability to run your own ECG when Huawei gets permission to activate the feature.
Of greater interest is the new Ceramic 42mm version, which offers a white case with gold accents and a white strap. It may be aimed at a different demographic, but it also seems at first glance to be the coolest, most fantastic and unique of the group. Otherwise, you’ll get much of the same health and fitness tracking that is on the GT 3, plus a bunch of pre-loaded golf cards and a free dive mode to help people who like to go underwater without help.
At the same time, Huawei is announcing Watch Fit 2, a sports and activity tracker that offers training. The new 1.74-inch AMOLED display is nearly 20 percent larger than it was found on the Fit 1, and the range has expanded to include quick answers for WhatsApp as well as Huawei’s own applications. With room for 500 songs on board and Huawei’s latest optical heart rate sensor on the back, it is designed to scratch the itch for people who want a gadget focused on fitness but don’t need a full-fledged smartwatch.
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