On June 2nd, Huawei brought us the brand new flagship smartwatch – Huawei Watch 3 series, this new lineup comes with various new features as well as design changes that made it a successor of the Watch GT 2 series.
According to the information, Huawei Watch 3 series comes in a standard and a Pro version. Both of the devices equip different models with new strap options.
Huawei has built the Watch 3 with new materials including stainless steel, ceramic, as well as titanium in the pro models. All of the aesthetics around an AMOLED display, that’s 1.43-inch in size and 456 x 456 resolution.
Talking about specialties, the new Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro provides native calling support using the eSIM network, which could also help you to receive and stay connected with all of your notifications.
Furthermore, these smartwatches have new health features to keep a track of your health readings and provide them as accurately as possible. For instance, the new body temperature measurement feature allows you to check the skin temperature, which is helpful to detect situations such as fever.
Even with these new features, Huawei has not been revealed the processor that has been used in this flagship smartwatch. Yet, a tipster from China has got something useful for us.
Following the launch, some of the Huawei Watch 3 series are facing low battery issues, and it’s been confirmed that the reason for poor battery drive comes from the use of the Kirin 710 low-power chipset.
So, the composition for this watch draws as – Huawei HiSilicon Hi1132a + Kirin710L.
Kirin A1 Wearable Chip:
Back in 2019, Huawei introduced the Kirin A1 wearable chipset, which has been the world’s first Bluetooth 5.1 and Bluetooth Low Energy 5.1 prowess. For your information, the chipset is specially designed to empower smart wearable devices such as smartwatches, earbuds, earphones, smart speakers, and eyewear.
Kirin A1 chip has Isochronous Dual Channel Bluetooth data transmission technology with lower latency and lowers power consumption architecture compared to other chips in the market, which helps it to deliver the best performance.
The chipset was used in Huawei Watch GT 2 Series, yet we currently, don’t know why Huawei hasn’t used this chip on the latest Huawei Watch 3.
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Huawei Watch Buds leaked in short hands-on [Video]
Huawei Watch Buds seems an amazing 2 in 1 smart wearable, which has now leaked in a short hands-on. It’s the first time, the smartwatch has appeared in public but is yet to announce officially.
According to the short video, Huawei Watch Buds come with a design similar to Huawei Watch GT 3 series. However, the watch consists of two earbuds inside.
To access earbuds, you first need to open the smartwatch from the bottom side and lift it upwards just like a box or a suitcase. Resting inside, there are two cylindrical earbuds.
On the other hand, there are no special designs on earbuds and they are pretty tiny. As you can see in the video, there’s a placeholder for them to fit in.
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Press and release button:
The video also shows that there could be a press-to-release button on the above side of the smartwatch. Once pressed, it could release the lock to reveal the inside. Still, the watch is simple and there’s no significant gain appearing in the width.
Previous retail box reveals that the smartwatch will be powered by HarmonyOS operating system.
Huawei has not revealed any specific details of the launch of this new smartwatch but we’ll have to wait to find out more information.
The Huawei Watch Buds is surely an amazing smartwatch and the leaked hands-on has excited us even further. However, this led us as a reminder of the past innovation that Huawei has made in the world of smart wearables.
Huawei Talk Talkband B6 is a prime example, which allows you to convert the smart band into an in-ear Bluetooth earphone. The recently released Huawei Watch GT Cyber could allow you to release the watch dial out of the frame.
We’ll keep you updated with new inputs, until then, do follow us on our social media handles and on Google News.
Huawei Watch Buds leak shows earbuds inside a smartwatch
Today, an interesting smartwatch, Huawei Watch Buds appeared online showing earbuds inside. A design that surely deserves our attention.
An alleged image of the Huawei Watch Buds retail box leaked online, showing the first look at this smartwatch that could carry cylindrical shape earbuds inside the dial.
Inspecting the image, the smartwatch comes with a leather strap and steel frame. The overall design is quite similar to the Watch 3 series. Also, it’s labeled with “Powered by HarmonyOS“, which means the operating system will run this smartwatch out of the box.
The past render reveals that the design is quite compact and the smartwatch has maintained the thickness of a regular wearable. On the other hand, Weibo users are raging discussions about the design.
Earlier this month, a leak revealed that there’s a new device with the codename, Conan that is a sci-fi concept. Probably, the report was hinting toward Huawei Watch Buds because its design is sci-fi too.
It’s not the first time that Huawei is pursuing two-in design experiments in smart wearables. Looking back in time, we found Huawei Talkband.
Huawei Talkband comes with the two-in experiment smart band and Bluetooth earphones. You need to pick the earphone out of the smart band and it will do the work.
Huawei Watch GT Cyber:
Huawei Watch GT Cyber is another example of this new exploration trend that lead the Chinese tech maker to a design that could detach the dial from the frame. This design is praised by many people in the consumer world.
To be mentioned, Huawei FreeBuds Lipstick also has a unique mechanism. As the name reflects, Huawei is selling, earbuds inside lipstick.
The leak has not been confirmed officially by Huawei but we surely are waiting for an official statement that could lead toward the launch event sooner or later.
Quick message reply feature rolling out for Huawei Watch D with a new firmware update
Huawei is rolling out a new software update for the Watch D smartwatch that brings the quick message reply feature for social media apps. As the name reflects, the feature will help you to make replies more efficiently right from your wrist.
The latest update for the Huawei Watch D owners is carrying HarmonyOS 220.127.116.118 (C00M05) build version. The software package size is 46.18MB.
Speaking of the new additions, the Quick message reply feature for Huawei Watch D devices eases the messaging functions. It allows you to instantly reply to texts in a few taps without sticking into many confusing steps.
When enabled, the messages will flash on the watch screen as an alert. And you can reply at once by just tapping on the particular message.
Moreover, the feature effectively supports third-party applications. For instance, WhatsApp and FaceBook Messenger. On the flip side, the update also adds a handful of new emojis to make the chat experience more fun.
The respective feature is already present in the dynamic Watch GT 3, Watch GT 2 Pro, Watch 3 series, Watch Fit 2, and other smartwatches. Now, the company is pushing the benefit of instant replies to Huawei Watch D consumers.
In addition to the fascinating element, the update also optimizes the overall system stability. As a result, users will find a more reliable and productive system after installing the latest firmware.
Eventually, every bit of the update is coherent and useful. Hence, we will recommend installing the new firmware as soon as possible.
Take a look at the complete changelog:
- New: Added quick message reply feature to WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.
- Optimization: Enhances system stability in certain scenarios.
Points to Note!
You can easily install the fresh update through the Huawei Health app. But before you attempt the installation, note down the following points:
- Your smartwatch and smartphone should be placed in an adequate Bluetooth range
- Maintain more than 30% of battery level in the wearable
- Ensure an appropriate amount of storage space in the device