Things You Should Know Before Buying the Huawei Watch 3

by Joyce Gray

The Huawei 3 is the first smartwatch in the Watch 3 series to be released by Huawei, and we have to say that it sure has its perks. With an upgraded operating system, HarmonyOS 2.0, and the introduction of new features like the voice call, grid launcher, and higher AMOLED display, there are some things that you need to know before you buy the Huawei Watch 3. Thankfully, we will discuss some of them in this article.

The Huawei Watch 3 Design

Let’s talk about the design. One way that Huawei has made this smartwatch better is in terms of its invention. Who doesn’t want a watch to fit their peculiar taste? Well, there are various designs of the Huawei Watch 3 that might just interest you. The smartwatch comes with over 30 pre-installed animated faces guaranteed to liven things up.

Not only that, Huawei added a little to the mix. The Watch 3 comes with unique straps to fit every occasion. The Steel strap for official use; the Nylon strap for shallow-water activities; Leather; creates a sense of class and elegance; the Silicone, or Fluoroelastomer, is very comfortable and easy on the wrist.

Compatibility with other Devices

There’s the compatibility with Android phones. Although some features are not readily accessible on other phones, like the Huawei Health app, if you are using an Android or Huawei handset, then the Huawei Watch 3 is worth your attention and your money. It is also likely to get better as Huawei releases more in the series. For other phones and in certain regions, there are only a handful of apps available for download.

Fitness Tracker

The fitness tracking features in the smartwatch might just be one of the best improvements in the Huawei smartwatch. In addition to the heart rate monitor, you have temperature sensors too. The skin temperature sensor feature also has a tracking system that monitors your sleep and stress rate, as well as workouts- around the clock. Although some users have experienced inconsistency and unexpected peaks in heart rate monitoring, pace and location tracking is accurate. We expect that it is one of the things that Huawei will work on as the series go on.

Easy to Navigate

The apps on Huawei Watch 3 are organized in an easy-to-navigate grid system, making it easy for you as a user to search for apps faster. And there is a 360 rotating crown, fully waterproof, that helps you navigate functions. The Huawei Watch 3 has an eSIM which means that you can make calls with a 4G data connection- of course. You can also stream, synchronize and control music from your phone playlist to your speakers. The video call option is available, but the watch does not have a camera on board, limiting the two-way video function.

Conclusion

Although the Huawei Watch 3 has its shortcomings, there is a lot of potential in the model. From very impressive hardware to an excellent AMOLED display and navigation system, it is safe to say that the Watch 3 series is off to a good start.

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