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    Introducing Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro - Huawei's new smartwatches with HarmonyOS and eSIM support

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    On Wednesday, June 2, 1400, Huawei unveiled two smartwatches along with the MatePad Pro 12.6 and MatePad Pro 10.8 advanced tablets along with the MatePad 11. Called the Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro, they are Huawei's first smartwatches to ship with the company's proprietary HarmonyOS operating system. As you know, older smartwatches were equipped with Google's Android Wear operating system (now called Wear), and newer models used the LiteOS platform.  <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> <b>support</b>

    Watch 3 series smartwatches offer a set of features similar to previous Huawei smartwatches despite the new operating system he does. One of the additions to these watches is the redesigned and new homescreen, where apps are now displayed in the Apple watchOS style as a network of nine applications, rather than as a simple list; Of course, the user can reset them to their previous settings to be displayed as a list. It also includes the ability to make video calls through Huawei's proprietary MeeTime service. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    Another point is that although the new Huawei smartphones are HarmonyOS-based devices, based on the long battery life of these products, it can be concluded that their operating system is significantly different from the platform used in the new tablets of this company. In response to a question about this issue, Huawei mentioned HarmonyOS support for several cores, including the LiteOS kernel in low-power devices. The Watch 3's design is not much different from Huawei's previous smartwatches, and it features a 1.43-inch circular AMOLED color display with a 60Hz refresh rate, 326ppi pixel density, and a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits. Is. The display of this product is designed without borders and a 3D rotating crown button is located on the right side of it. Huawei considers the use of this button to be a more convenient way than the touch screen, as the user can easily work with the Watch with gloves or in wet Huawei. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    The Watch is 46.2 mm in diameter and 12.15 mm thick and weighs 54 grams without strap, which is available in "Active" versions with silicone strap, "Classic" with leather strap and "Elite" with metal strap. .

    The Watch 3 display is protected by a sturdy glass cover. The body of the Watch is made of quality steel and the back of the device is ceramic. Huawei's new product is resistant to water penetration up to a pressure of 5 atmospheres. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    The Watch 3 uses a heart rate sensor, blood oxygen or SpO2 sensor, sleep tracking and stress measurement that was also present in Huawei's previous watches. But the new version also has a skin temperature sensor for the watch, which makes it look like the Sense smartwatch from Fitbit (introduced last year). According to Huawei, the sensor can continuously measure and track the user's skin temperature throughout the day to detect signs of fever. In addition, the Watch supports 100 different modes of exercise, including running, mountaineering, cycling and swimming. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    Huawei did not mention the processing chipset used in its new watches, but both smartwatches are equipped with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory . The Watch 3 series, like the Watch 2 Pro, is equipped with an electronic SIM card or eSIM, so you can make voice calls independently from your phone and connect to the 4G LTE network. Interestingly, these watches are equipped with a crash detection feature that can use an electronic SIM card connection to send an emergency message if the user is injured. Also, as mentioned, users can also make video calls using the MeeTime service. Of course, there is no information about the proper functioning of other video calling services such as WhatsApp. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    Naturally, using eSIM will increase battery consumption, but Huawei has introduced a durable battery for its new smartwatches. According to the company, the Watch 3 battery lasts for about three days when the 4G network is turned on, and without connecting to this network and using the Watch in "Ultra Long Lasting Mode", this period will reach 14 days. Of course, according to the Chinese company, even in this situation, the user can track 14 sports activities and the amount of oxygen in the blood, and the watch clocks will remain moving. In addition, the energy required by the watch is provided by Qi wireless charging technology. Along with the Watch 3, the Chinese tech giant has also unveiled a more advanced model called the Watch 3 Pro, which has a more classic look and has a slight margin around the screen. Huawei has two classic and Elite versions for this watch, which are equipped with leather and metal straps, respectively. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    This product is made in the dimensions of 48x49.6x14 mm and weighs about 63 grams without the strap. The Watch 3 Pro screen is protected by a sapphire glass cover and has a different design body made of titanium, but the back of the device is still ceramic. <b>Introducing</b> <b>Watch</b> 3 and <b>Watch</b> 3 <b>Pro</b> - <b>Huawei's</b> <b>new</b> <b>smartwatches</b> with <b>HarmonyOS</b> and <b>eSIM</b> support

    This smartwatch can be considered one of the first watches that are equipped with dual band GPS (band 1 and band 5) and with the help of this feature, they can have more accurate tracking, even in dense urban spaces.

    The battery capacity of the Watch 3 Pro has improved compared to the standard version and can last up to 5 days when connected to a 4G network and up to 21 days without it.

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    Important note about Huawei's new smartwatches based on Designed on the HarmonyOS operating system, it is a matter of applications made by companies other than Huawei. Of course, the company has promised to work with developers to release new apps for these watches, and has included a wide range of app logos, including the Emirates Airlines app. But so far, the brands and their logos have not been introduced for the services of this smartwatch, and Huawei has not yet confirmed its support for popular music distribution services.

    Pre-order of Huawei new watches has started from the day of introduction in China and will be sold in this country from June 11 (June 21). The Active Watch 3 is priced at 2,599 yuan (current exchange rate, $ 406), and the Classic and Elite models are priced at 2,799 (about $ 437) and 3,099 yuan (about $ 484), respectively.

    The Watch 3 Pro is priced higher due to the titanium body and sapphire coating, with the classic version priced at 3,299 yuan ($ 515) and the Elite version priced at 3,999 yuan ($ 624). The two models are also priced in the UK market and are set to be priced at 9 349.99 for the Watch 3 and 9 499.99 for the Watch 3 Pro from June 18 and 28 (June 28 and July 7), respectively.

    Source: Huawei

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