Huawei last year launched a new tablet – Huawei MatePad Pro, shifting from MediaPad series. And the company already has ‘Mate’ labeled smartphones as well as laptops. On top of this, Huawei seems to be planning for a rename its smartwatch lineup to Mate series.
On May 6, 2020, Huawei has filed a new trademark application for “Huawei Mate Watch” at China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA). Leading a potential for an upcoming Huawei Watch lineup. (spotted by TheTechGuy)
Aside from its trademark, there’s no further detail revealed by the trademark authority.
Last September, Huawei introduced its new smartwatch – Huawei Watch GT 2. It comes with Huawei’s proprietary – Kirin A1, the world’s first Bluetooth 5.1, and Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 Wearable processor.
It offers class-leading battery life and a host of new features and functions including 15 sports modes, 10 training modes specifically for running, an enhanced music player, and Bluetooth voice calls.
Huawei Watch GT 2e, the successor of Watch GT 2, launched earlier this year alongside Huawei P40 series. It also equips Kirin A1 but has more sporty looks and new exercise options and more fitness modes.
Similar to last year, if Huawei has actually planned to Huawei Mate Watch, then it would select to unveil it with Huawei Mate 40 series in September 2020.
We’ll keep you posted.
Sign up for Huawei Watch Fit 2 in UK to win £20 early bird offer
Huawei Watch Fit 2 notification page is now live in the UK and the company is retailing this watch for £129.99. People, who’ll sign up for the pre-order (link) event notifications will get a chance to enjoy a £20 early bird offer. Interested consumers can also have the chance to win exciting prizes such as a Huawei MateView display, MatePad Pro tablet, and AX3 Mesh.
Huawei Watch Fit 2 UK price:
- Midnight Black version – £129.99
- Sakura Pink version – £129.99
- Isle Blue version – £129.99
- Nebula Grey version – £159.99
- Classic Moon version – £159.99
- Silver Frost version – £189.99
- Elegant Premium Gold version – £189.99
Explore more ways to stay active and in style with the new #HUAWEIWATCHFIT2. The minimalist design, Bluetooth calling feature and longer battery life gives you exactly what you need to keep moving. https://t.co/PHfsqBFCSu pic.twitter.com/NRdcfC5BnO
— Huawei Mobile UK (@HuaweiMobileUK) May 25, 2022
Huawei Watch Fit 2:
Huawei Watch Fit 2 features a 1.74-inch of full view display with touch screen support. This compact watch comes with health management features, durable battery life, Bluetooth calling, SpO2 blood oxygen monitoring features, quick workout animations, and more.
Huawei Watch Fit 2 has a stylish design that looks similar to a smartwatch and comes in three editions:
These three editions consist of different color options.
The Watch Fit expands at 46 x 33.5 x 10.8mm and comes with the following wrist sizes:
- Active Edition – 130-210mm
- Classic Edition – 140-210mm
- Elegant Edition – 120-200mm
There are also variations in the weigh-ins:
The active edition weighs 26g, while the classic and elegant edition weighs 30g.
Don’t worry about the straps, there are plenty to match the corresponding model. The Active Edition has:
- Midnight Black Silicone Strap
- Sakura Pink Silicone Strap
- Isle Blue Silicone Strap
- Nebula Gray Leather Strap
- Moon White Leather Strap
- Premium Gold Milanese Strap
- Silver Frost Milanese Strap
Huawei launches Multi-service widgets smartwatch feature
Huawei has recently released a May 2022 update or Watch GT 3 smartwatch, the company has sent this update with new features and optimizations. However, there’s one specific feature – Multi-service widgets, that is amazing on its own and has different capabilities for Huawei Watch GT 3 users.
The May 2022 update for Huawei Watch GT 3 comes with a new special multi-service widgets watch face that offers different styles in one place. According to the information shared by Huaweiblog, you can open a specific feature directly from the widget without the need to open the menu first.
As per the changes, this design optimizes space efficiency so you can get all the information you want in a single glance. The widgets can also be customized.
To update your Huawei Watch GT 3 with the latest software, open the Huawei Health app > and tap on the device, from here select your smartwatch and tap on Check for updates.
If you have the Huawei Watch GT 3 smartwatch, the update is released in batch and expand gradually among consumers. Therefore, you will be required to upgrade your smartwatch to get the benefit of the latest features.
If you want to know more about Huawei Watch GT 3 May 2022 update, check the complete changes linked in the article below. There’s one thing you need to know before upgrading your device to the latest software, the update package transfer will take a few minutes to install the update on your Watch GT 3 smartwatch.
We’re unaware, whether Huawei is planning to expand this update for other consumers but it could happen for all of the HarmonyOS-powered smartwatches, as they share the same software.
Got your May 2022 Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro firmware?
Huawei always takes care of its wearable devices and in the latest edition, Huawei has sent May 2022 firmware update for the Watch GT 2 Pro smartwatch. This update for the Watch GT 2 Pro smartwatch users has new optimizations that improve the overall system stability and make your smartwatch run smoother than the last firmware installation.
Updates similar to May 2022 firmware help to increase your user experience and if you haven’t already then, make sure you visit the Huawei Health app, tap on your connected Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro smartwatch, and tap on the Check for updates button to proceed with the software update instructions.
Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro comes with a refined premium design and wireless charging support. There are various health features that keep you active throughout the day. The watch is designed to give your wrist the best health support and takes you to the next level.
So, have you installed the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro May 2022 update? Let us know your status in the poll given below.
— HC Newsroom (@HCNewsroom) May 25, 2022