We’re just a few days away from the launch of the Huawei Watch 3 series, which consists of two smartwatches – Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro. Both of these models will be the first devices in the smartwatch segment to be powered by HarmonyOS operating system.
Up until now, there’s has been no render leak appeared regarding this upcoming smartwatch lineup but now there’s one that landed just in front of us.
A leaked promotional image cutout has been surfaced on Weibo, which allegedly shows Huawei Watch 3 series. According to the image, there are two variants of the watch that are visible – the first seems to be crafted with a Saphire frame and silicone strap. The other has a stainless steel frame with a leather strap.
The display in the render is pretty smooth and big, as it expands up to the very corners of the frame. Also, bezels on the edge are slightly curved.
Still, the render is not clear, so we cannot decide what the Watch 3 lineup really has to offer in terms of full-screen experience.
The user interface shows a number of widgets including time and date, weather as well as Music playback information alongside Celia voice assistant.
Furthermore, the side buttons feel very new because there are two buttons placed on the right side of the watch and the one placed above is quite interesting. The button is round and kind of reminds me of something similar to the Apple Watch Series’ Crown key that supports both clicks and rotating features.
For now, this is the only visualization of Huawei Watch 3 that we’ve got to see so far, but there’s more surprise waiting for us as we’re moving towards the launch date.
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Huawei Watch 3 Series:
According to the previous information, the Huawei Watch 3 series will be powered by HarmonyOS operating system and come with eSIM support for in-device calling, better multi-device multi-collaboration features, support third-party apps.
There will also be some new health features such as temperature detection, breath detection as well as AI-powered features to provide better health-related readings.
Huawei Watch 3 series will launch on June 2 alongside other Huawei products including MatePad Pro 2 tablet, new smart screen smart TVs, and possibly the new Huawei P50 series flagship smartphone.
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Huawei Band 6: SpO2, 2 week battery and everything you get that rivals a smartwatch
Huawei Band 6 is the first smart wearable that revolutionized the entire concept of smart bands. With features including all-day SpO2 monitoring, large display, and 2-week battery life the Huawei Band 6 features are ready to rival a smartwatch.
The success of Huawei Band 6 cannot remain hidden, as recently, Huawei Band 6 Pro with a body temperature sensor made its debut in China. However, we’ll only stick to the regular version for this session.
The Huawei Band 6 feature is deeply inspired by the concept of all-in-one service, which includes smartness, interactivity, and functionality. It brings together all the capabilities of a smartwatch into an all-new smart band, enabling it to do more than what a smart band can, all while not needing the budget for one.
For instance, let’s take a look at what smart brands are known for.
Smart bands are smaller, with minimized displays, and focuses mainly on just notifications and health alerts, all while depending on an app to display everything. With the new Huawei Band 6, you get all of these, but with the added bonuses of smartwatch-like design and features at a more affordable smart band price.
All you get with Huawei Band 6:
In terms of the health indicators, for example, the Huawei Band 6 is capable of constantly monitoring your blood oxygen (SpO2) levels. An important health indicator, a drop in an individual’s SpO2 levels can result in fatigue while prolonged lower levels are more adverse.
What Huawei does here is, instead of having the users scan their SpO2 levels when they feel down, the Huawei Band 6 monitors it all day long in the background and even alerting the wearer if there are any drops.
The health monitoring doesn’t end there, because the Huawei Band 6 takes on board all of Huawei’s strong health monitoring systems, which allow for accurate heart rate monitoring with Huawei TruSeenTM4.0, Huawei TruSleepTM for accurate sleep tracking, and Huawei TruRelaxTM for stress measurement and management.
Health and fitness tracking are what smart bands are supposed to do, however, what people don’t expect from a smart band actually comes down to its display, something most variants lack thereof.
With the Huawei Band 6, you get a full-fledged 1.47-inch AMOLED display with a bezel-less design and screen-to-body ratio of 42%, which means the overall experience is more immersive than ever before.
This display not only gives a more interactive experience akin to smartwatches but also gives the overall look and feel of one. Huawei maintains its promise of long battery life with the Huawei Band 6 as well, implementing 2 full weeks of use on a single charge with all the health and fitness features running.
If there is one thing that is constant with smart bands and trackers, is the attention to fitness monitoring and tracking data to evaluate progress.
The Huawei Band 6 is no stranger to this either, capable of tracking up to 96 workout modes that are automatically detected and tracked to get the most accurate data.
This is further complemented by the Huawei TruSportTM algorithm, which deeply analyzes user’s exercise capabilities based on heart rate variability and exercises data and provides detailed assessments such as oxygen intake levels, recovery time, and training effects.
All of this pairs well with the Huawei Health app, which can be used to view all the data, view breathing exercises, set goals and monitor progress, and even set smart alarms and event reminders.
What truly sets the Huawei Band 6 apart is how it has taken the evolutionary cues from smartphones and smartwatches, to result in a device that not only provides all the stellar features one has to come to expect from the likes of a full-fledged smartwatch, but offers it all at the price point of a smart band, thereby changing the game for the product line.
Huawei expanding display and system update for Watch 3 series
According to the information, Huawei has now begun expanding the display, connection, and system stability improvements for Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro smartwatches to level up the operating experience.
Huawei Watch and Watch 3 Pro:
Launched on June 2, Huawei has brought the new design with the Watch 3 series in order to provide more comfort while wearing. In addition, this is the first smartwatch lineup pre-packed with the new HarmonyOS to support the new distributed technology features.
Moreover, its system is built to provide a faster and smoother touch screen experience as well as bring a number of new watch face and themes, pre-installed AppGallery, and more.
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New Software improvements:
With the new software update, Huawei offers optimizations for system features that can surely enhance the user experience as well device performance. The latest changes include optimizations for the display of certain user interfaces, pairing, and connection as well as system stability in certain scenarios.
- Currently, this is rolling in the global market.
- The watch needs to have at least a 20% battery.
- Make sure the connection is stable during the update.
- Try again if the update fails.
New Version details:
Huawei has pushed the upgraded HarmonyOS 2.0 version 22.214.171.124 from 126.96.36.199 for Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro Chinese variants.
- Optimizes the display of certain user interfaces.
- Optimizes the pairing and connection.
- Optimizes the system stability in certain situations.
How to update:
- Connect the watch to your phone using the Huawei Health app
- Open the App
- Touch Devices
- Touch the Device name
- Choose Firmware update
- Follow the on-screen instructions to update your watch if there are any new updates
Bluetooth and system optimizations rolling out for Huawei FreeBuds 4i
The FreeBuds 4i is a true wireless stereo earphone, which provides an easy pairing solution to other devices using Bluetooth connectivity. For better performance, the connection between the two devices should be stable and strong.
With the latest update, Huawei is sending a new build for FreeBuds 4i that integrates the optimization for Bluetooth connections and system stability to increase the overall user experience.
According to the information, Huawei FreeBuds 4i’s new firmware update comes with the latest software version 188.8.131.52 from 184.108.40.206 with an update size of 1.35MB.
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Huawei FreeBuds 4i previous information:
In the midst of last month, Huawei delivered an update for Huawei FreeBuds 4i users in the global market. It added the AI life application support for iOS users. To be mentioned, this feature was also rolled for the FreeBuds 4i Chinese variant earlier.
- As this update is deployed gradually, it may take some time to arrive on your device.
- Maintain battery at least 30% in both devices.
- Always put earbuds into the charging case and keep the case open(during update).
- Pair earbuds with your phone again before charging and updating.
HOW TO UPDATE:
- Open the AI Life app.
- Make sure the earphones have been connected to your phone and earphones are placed inside the charging case, leave the charging case open, then select the corresponding card for your earphones to access the device’s home screen.
- Touch Check for updates.
- If an update is available, touch UPDATE.
- Wait until the update is complete.
- After the update is complete, close the charging case and wait for 10 minutes for the case to be automatically updated.