Huawei’s HarmonyOS-powered smartwatches – Watch GT 3 and Watch GT Runner – available here from Dec 18

Huawei’s new smartwatches – Watch GT 3 and Watch GT Runner – are landing in Singapore on Dec 18. The Watch GT 3 will be priced starting from S$298 to S$348 (pre-order at Lazada and Shopee), while the Watch GT Runner will retail at S$398 (pre-order at Lazada and Shopee).

You can pre-order these two HarmonyOS-powered smartwatches starting from Dec 11 till Dec 17 at Huawei Authorised Stores and other retailers. With every pre-order, you get to receive a free Huawei FreeLace neckband headphone worth S$98.

The Watch GT 3 Series smartwatch features a super sleek futuristic design with minimal lugs, large lenses as well as two case sizes of 42mm and 46mm. In its inside, the Watch GT 3 features a new-generation heart rate monitoring technology that is said to provide all-day accurate reading of your heart rate, SpO2 and skin temperature.

Huawei Watch GT 3 Classic Edition. (Photo: Huawei)

It also comes with the AI Running Coach app that analyses your behaviour and exercise patterns and make changes to your training programs. The Watch GT 3 also has the Running Ability Index (RAI) measurement ability. It measures the endurance level and technique efficiency of a runner – the higher RAI the better runner you are.

The Huawei Watch GT 3 in action. (Photo: Huawei)

Meanwhile, the Watch GT Runner is the Chinese tech giant’s first smartwatch designed for runners based on a science-based and professional training approach developed by Huawei Health Lab.

Huawei Watch GT Runner. (Photo: Huawei)

It consists of a lightweight and high-strength composite fibre watch case that is said to increase durability, reduce GPS inaccuracy and enhance positioning efficiency. To ensure the watch to be as lightweight as possible, the GT Runner features a silicon-nitride ceramic bezel and an aerospace-grade titanium alloy crown.

Weighing only 38.5g, runners will barely feel the watch is on their wrists when they run. The Watch GT Runner also features AI Running Coach and RAI.

Trevor Tan

Started out with dreams to become a street photographer, Trevor Tan somehow became a tech journalist with over 16 years of consumer tech experience. Maybe he plays too much video games and buys too many new gadgets.
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