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Unlike its brother or sisters, the Huawei Watch GT 3 and Huawei Watch GT Runner, and truly any smartwatch we have actually seen, the device includes a bezel shell that mainly utilizes magnets to keep the detachable watch dial in place.
When users want to change the bezel and watch band out for a different style, they can. And 3 shell types are offered – each available in 2 colors – that Huawei is branding as ‘Urban’, ‘Sports’ and ‘Fashion’.
All, naturally, work with the same 1.32-inch circular watch dial, which boasts an AMOLED display screen with a 466 x 466 resolution and 352 PPI, though it’s unclear how much the shells will cost individually.
The Urban is the heaviest of the 47mm bezel and band mixes, though, clocking in at 77g, while the other 2 designs – Sport and Fashion – are a more affordable 59g and 58g, respectively.
It’s all new on the outdoors, then, however, as you might anticipate, the company’s HarmonyOS is still running a show here, offering wearers the typical selection of sports modes, sleep monitoring functions, GPS area tracking and NFC support for contactless payments.
On the health side, the Watch GT Cyber likewise features blood oxygen data by means of the SpO2 sensing unit, as well as the basic heart rate readings throughout the day and night.In terms of battery life, Huawei is declaring 4 days of ‘heavy use’and a week of more basic wear, which, if true, is a relatively promising projection.As ever with the business’s wares, we’ll likely have to wait a while for the UK and Europe launch- which’s if Huawei has any plans to bring it to other markets at all. The situation in the US, as it has been for several years, is undoubtedly still murky, too.We’ll keep you updated on any Huawei Watch GT Cyber release date news as and when we get it, along with our complete impressions if/when the device does appear.