In 2017, Huawei released the Watch2 smartwatch (followed by the 2018 model). Although Huawei subsequently launched a number of GT series, FIT watches and children’s watches, there is no news about the digital series.
Perhaps due to the approach of the release date, the news about Huawei Watch3 has been increasing in recent days.
Digital blogger @Pengpengjun broke the news today that the newly upgraded Huawei Watch3 series, the flagship smartwatch, will be available to consumers around May at the earliest.
It is understood that Huawei Watch3 series will support the eSIM function, and will also use a new language on the Hongmeng UI, which is different from the existing Watch GT series.
In addition, Huawei Watch3 will support multi-terminal transfer tasks and support the joining of more third-party APPs.
In terms of function, the new digital series of watches will be different from the movement mode of the existing GT series, and the Watch series will emphasize more on high-end and intelligence.
Although Huawei’s Watch3 has less battery life than the GT series, it is still competitive.
In addition, Huawei’s Watch3 has been reported to last four days, while the Watch3 Pro is reported to last seven days.
In addition to the full version of the Hongmeng OS, the watch will also support WeChat reply (voice, voice to text, keyboard input) and other functions.
It is reported that in 2015 MWC exhibition, Huawei launched its first Android Wear device — Huawei Watch, which is also the world’s first smartwatch equipped with sapphire screen.
It is worth mentioning that it was previously revealed that Huawei P50 series will be delayed to May or June release, so whether the new generation of Huawei Watch3 series with one of the debut, it is worth looking forward to.