Huawei Watch 3 Pro Review: Get a HUGE saving on the luxury smartwatch

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huawei-watch-3-pro-buy-1@2xGet a HUGE saving on the luxury smartwatch: Huawei Watch 3 Pro Review

Huawei’s smartwatches have been a great favourite here at Expert Reviews for a while, but the spat with Google has meant it hasn’t updated its flagship Huawei Watch model for a while. This year, however – courtesy of the firm’s own HarmonyOS – the Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro have arrived, and they have plenty going for them.

Huawei Watch 3 Pro offers a solid battery life, smooth performance, sumptuous design and decent fitness tracking capabilities mean they’re a strong alternative for Android users looking for an alternative to Wear OS watches. They even work reasonably well with the iPhone, although it’s only the longer battery life that might tempt iPhone owners away from a new Apple Watch, since Apple’s wearable is far more capable across the board.

Huawei Watch 3 Pro review: What do you get for the money?

I sent the premium Huawei Watch 3 Pro for this review and it’s a handsome thing, with a brushed gunmetal titanium casing, a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal glass lens and a brown leather strap. There’s also a more expensive model that comes with a steel-link wristband but, for my money, the Classic model makes for a more refined look.

The price is quite high at 1999QR – and considerably more expensive than the QR2500 non-Pro Huawei Watch 3 – but this gets you a larger, classier-looking wearable with longer battery life and a few additional features, including mobile connectivity via eSIM support. Take note, though, if phone-free connectivity is what you want this watch for, you’ll have to switch to Vodafone, as that’s the only supported network in Qatar at the time of writing.

Users of other networks can still make and receive calls on the watch via Bluetooth, but you’ll need to have your phone in the vicinity to do so.

Devices complying with the 5ATM-rated water have a water resistance rating of 50 meters under ISO standard 22810:2010. This means that they may be used for shallow-water activities like swimming in a pool or ocean. However, they should not be used for scuba diving, waterskiing, or other activities involving high-velocity water or submersion below shallow depth. For details of waterproof precautions, please refer to: https://consumer.huawei.com/qa/support/how-to/newbie-guide/en-us00738723/ • Leather straps are not water resistant.

  1. Paid watch face download is not supported on iOS phones. 100+ Watch face designs available for iOS phones.
  2. Supported after OTA programming upgrade. Only available on Android devices.
  3. Only supported after OTA programming upgrade and the gesture control function enabled.
  4. Only supported after OTA programming upgrade.This feature is not designed to be a medical device, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All data and measurements should be used for personal reference only.
  5. Not all falls can be detected. This feature needs to be manually set up by the user. To use Emergency SOS on a HUAWEI WATCH without cellular, your mobile phone needs to be within Bluetooth connection distance.
  6. This feature is not designed to be a medical device, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All data and measurements should be used for personal reference only.
  7. Only available on phones that support reverse charging. Contact HUAWEI customer service for a list of supported phone models.
  8. The typical scenario of smart mode is 5 days in the following situations: factory default setting, 2 hours LTE connection every day, 22 hours Bluetooth connection with mobile phone every day, heart rate monitoring enabled, HUAWEI TruSleep™ enabled for sleeping at night, 60 minutes of using apps every week, 30 minutes of Bluetooth callings every week, 30 minutes of Bluetooth music playing every week, 90 minutes of working out every week (GPS enabled), message notifications enabled (50 SMS messages, 6 callings, and 3 alarms a day), and the screen is turned on 200 times a day.
    The maximum of smart mode is 7 days in the following situations: factory default setting, Bluetooth connection with mobile phone, heart rate monitoring enabled, HUAWEI TruSleep™ enabled for sleeping at night, 30 minutes of using apps every week, 30 minutes of Bluetooth callings every week, 60 minutes of working out every week (GPS enabled), message notifications enabled (50 SMS messages, 6 callings, and 3 alarms a day), and the screen is turned on 200 times a day.
    The ultra-long battery life mode is 21 days in the following situations: ultra-long battery life mode enabled, factory default setting, heart rate monitoring enabled, HUAWEI TruSleep™ enabled for sleeping at night, 30 minutes of Bluetooth callings every week,90 minutes of working out every week (GPS enabled), message notifications enabled (50 SMS messages, 6 calls, and 3 alarms a day), and the screen is turned on 200 times a day.
    The smart mode in typical scenarios is 2.5 days when paired with an iPhone.
  9. None of the features are designed neither medical use, diagnosing, treating, curing or preventing any disease. All data and measurements should be used for personal reference only.
  10. Some creative animations on the page are for reference only.

 

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