HUAWEI has just unveiled the newest additions to its smartwatch lineup. The HUAWEI Watch GT 4 comes in 41mm and 46mm variants and offers features designed to deliver a premium user experience, cater to the active lifestyle, with a device that’s made with high-end, durable materials, and exudes elegance and style.
HUAWEI Watch GT 4 in Detail
The device boasts stainless steel construction, 5 ATM water resistance, and is compatible with both iOS and Android.
The 41mm and 46mm variants boast a 1.32-inch and 1.42-inch AMOLED display, respectively, both with a resolution of 466 x 466 pixels. As with previous models, you’ll get to choose among 25,000+ watch faces, allowing the device to match your OOTD or mood. You can even create custom ones.
HUAWEI Watch GT 4 can now track your calorie consumption with various metrics, thanks to the Stay Fit app and HUAWEI TrueSeen 5.5+ technology. You also get heartrate, SpO2, and stress monitoring, as well as improved route tracking. There’s also TrueSleep 3.0 which allows the device to detect abnormal breathing when you’re sleeping. For women, it uses a deep learning algorithm combined with physiological data to estimate your period, ovulation, and fertile times.
Apart from health monitoring, the HUAWEI Watch GT 4 boasts independent music playback, so you can still enjoy your favorite tracks even without your phone. As usual, you can view SMS messages and reply using presets or emojis.
As for battery life, it up to 14 days (4 days with Always On Display enabled) for the 46mm variant, and up to 7-days (2 days with Always On Display enabled) for the 41mm variant. Other features include NFC, a Home Button (Rotating Crown) as well as a side button.
HUAWEI Watch GT 4 46mm comes in four colors – Green, Grey, Brown, and Black, while the 41mm variant comes in three colors – White, Silver, and Light Gold.
Apart from the Watch GT 4, the brand also launched the HUAWEI Watch Ultimate Gold Edition, its first gold smartwatch, HUAWEI FreeBuds Pro 3, and HUAWEI MatePad 11-inch PaperMatte Edition. For mor details, you may visit HUAWEI’s official Facebook page.
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