Depending on us the sphere we choose, this smartwatch presents to us when we turn our wrist to trigger the screen to turn on and how it is presented to us varies significantly. It incorporates 30 different spheres pre-installed, but it is possible to download more designs from the Huawei Watch Face Store by accessing it from the Health app.
The interface looks a lot like the Apple Watch. In any case, it doesn't matter where Huawei's designers got their inspiration from. What is really relevant is that this design allows us to find the app we are looking for quickly. And if we turn the crown when we are looking at the apps, we will apply a zoom to the icons to get closer to or away from them, thus getting them to fit more or less on the screen.
The screen which appears when we slide our finger from the top of the panel to the bottom offers us a surprise called the 'Drain' function. It serves to evacuate the water to the outside of the watch case, expelling it through the four holes in which we have repaired a few paragraphs above. It is definitely an ingenious solution.
As mentioned earlier, this smart watch allows us to install a virtual SIM card that gives it 4G connectivity. If we have it, among other things, we can make calls directly from the smartwatch and without having to have our mobile phone with us. However, If we do not have it still we are able to do it, but in this case the watch has to be linked with the smartphone through a Bluetooth link.
The manufacturers of smartwatches are still trying to manage to integrate more sensors into their devices, and is an interesting strategy because many users appreciate having access to the information they collect, especially if we practice sport regularly. One of the novelties that the new Watch 3 incorporates in this area is a sensor designed to measure the surface temperature of our skin.
The sensor is designed to measure atmospheric pressure is an old acquaintance that should not be missing from Huawei's new smartwatch.
This smart watch uses an LED diode to measure the heart rate and four photo receptors that capture the light reflected by our body. According to Huawei, its engineers have developed a new version of its TruSeen algorithm to more accurately monitor our heart rate, something important for those users who are going to use it to exercise with a certain intensity.
Am amazing feature, an interesting sensor in times of a pandemic that triggers respiratory conditions, among other possible health problems, the measurement of the oxygen level in the blood . This smart watch offers us the possibility of monitoring our blood oxygen levels throughout the day if we wish.
Another feature called VO2 max parameter reflects the maximum amount of oxygen that our body can absorb and consume in a specific period of time while we carry out a physical activity whose intensity increases over time. Which is quite useful because it helps us to know our aerobic capacity. The higher this value, the greater our cardiovascular capacity will also be.
More Stylized Smartwatch with a sports vocation
Types of tools that this smart watch puts at our disposal, if we use it to practice sports are even more numerous than in the previous devices of the Huawei Watch family. Not only it help us to plan our workouts with great precision, even It also collects our performance in a multitude of tables and graphs that can be very useful to evaluate our progression. This information is available both on the smartwatch itself and through the Health app installed on our mobile phone.
The lower button which is attached to the right side of the watch case allows us to access a multiple training programs like running on a treadmill, running outdoors, walking outdoors, using a stationary bike, swimming in a pool, swimming in open water, hiking, skiing, snowboarding , cross-country skiing, etc. This is the Huawei smartwatch that incorporates the widest range of training plans.
Huawei promises us that in a real use scenario and using 4G connectivity the battery lasts approximately 3 days, but by activating the ultra-long battery life mode the autonomy, always according to Huawei, extends up to 14 days .
However, those responsible for this brand in Spain have confirmed that during the next few weeks they will launch several firmware updates for this smartwatch that will further extend its autonomy and refine other features of the watch. We trust that with a bit of luck the first one will arrive while we prepare the in-depth analysis of this smartwatch to be able to assess its impact.
Screen: 1.43 ″ (466 x 466 dots) AMOLED, 326 dpi, 60 Hz, 1000 nits
Processor: HiSilicon Hi6262
Principal memory: 2 GB
Storage: 16 GB
Operating system: HarmonyOS 2.0
Connectivity: 4G (eSIM), NFC, Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 802.11n
Sensors: Accelerometer, gyroscope, heart rate, barometer, digital compass, SpO2 and thermometer
Measurement and auxiliary functions: Heart rate, stress, sleep, skin temperature sensor, automatic fall detection, emergency call and SpO2, 100 sports modes, 17 professional and 85 custom
Waterproof: Up to 5 atmospheres
Drums: 450 mAh, Up to 14 days (low power mode), Up to 3 days (with 4G connectivity)
Dimensions: 46.2 x 46.2 x 12 mm
Weight: 54 g
Price: Rs. 30000 (Approx)