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Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro smartwatches debuted a few weeks ago as part of the big HarmonyOS 2.0 announcement. Since then, we’ve had the Pro version with us for a review, and now that we’re done with all the testing, we can tell you what went well and what disappointed us in the past two weeks. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
The Watch 3 series comes as a true smart wearable that offers standalone calls without the need for a smartphone. The difference between the vanilla and the Pro is the design, build materials and battery life, and we’ve got the more powerful version with us here. Design and build
The Huawei Watch 3 Pro comes with a premium titanium case and a standard 22mm band. It feels exquisite and looks great. Luxury watches tend to weigh a lot, but our variant felt great on the wrist without being too much of a burden. The total weight is only 63 grams without the strap.
You get a rubber and a metal strap in the box so you can easily adapt the Watch 3 Pro to almost any outfit, but if that weren’t enough, the standard straps mean it’s really easy to get extra straps.
However, the 1.43-inch display and 48mm case itself are quite large and perhaps too much for smaller wrists. The bezel around the touchscreen is split into 24 sections (for the 24 hours of the day), but has little practical use with most watch faces. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
The crown button on the side is also made of titanium, and we loved the little “Huawei watch” printed on the side. It works both as a scroll and as a button, but getting used to scrolling takes some time. There’s a secondary key that can be assigned – the default option is Workout, but it could also be Music, Contacts, or even AppGallery. Software
The big upgrade that Huawei has made with the Watch 3 Pro from the Watch GT 2 Pro is the operating system. It now runs HarmonyOS 2.0 and brings depth to the already existing features. In terms of design, Huawei has kept it simple and only increased the font size to match the larger screen – the icons are the same. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
Thanks to the smartwatch’s integration into the Harmony ecosystem, it supports the voice assistant Celia – Huawei’s answer to Siri and Alexa. In order to work, their Watch 3 Pro needs to be connected to the internet – via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or the eSIM in it.
Preloaded apps are already familiar to Huawei and non-Huawei users – Heart Rate, Sleep Tracking, SpO2 Measurements, Breathing Exercises. The difference is in the integration with Huawei AppGallery – it offers applications that can run on their own or in addition to an already installed app on your phone. There aren’t many apps in the store yet, but the service is fairly new, so we hope to see more in the future. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
The Watch 3 Pro can live on its own, without any SIM card, so that’s why Huawei has moved a bit features of the Huawei Health app (which you need to fully use the wearable) in the watch – one of which is the alarm. Another cool one feature called Drain plays a high-pitched sound to expel liquid from the speaker cavity.
Finally, Huawei has decided to give you the option to arrange your apps in a grid or a list. The first offers more apps at a glance; the latter creates a sense of order, although scrolling is necessary and may be too much if there are a lot of apps installed. Connectivity
Another big change Huawei has made to its wearable division is how the watch is connected to the world. In recent years, at least since the company has been using the Lite OS, connectivity has been limited to Bluetooth and GPS. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
Now everything has changed. The Watch 3 Pro supports Wi-Fi connectivity, comes with NFC in global markets and can connect to a mobile network in itself. There is an eSIM module inside that allows you to clone the SIM card of the smartphone via the Huawei Health app – there is a special button in the menu.
The big caveat: The carrier has to allow the change via its own QR codes, so not everyone would get an independent smartwatch out of the box. Battery life
Huawei is known for the great battery life of its wearables, and the Watch 3 Pro can achieve it up up to 21 days with a large asterisk. When Wi-Fi is on, the eSIM is connected, NFC is occasionally on, notifications appear up left and right, and the AOD is on battery life is just over three days. All 790 mAh of the battery was empty.
There is a magnetic 10W wireless charger in the box, but the Huawei Watch 3 Pro can be charged with almost any Qi charger. Due to the huge battery inside, it takes almost three hours for the cell to be full up from 0 to 100% – charging the watch for three hours every three days isn’t that great compared to the Huawei watches of the past, but compared to other real smartwatches it’s actually decent. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
And you get the opportunity to have the best of both worlds. The Ultra-long battery life mode transforms the Huawei Watch 3 Pro into more of a classic Huawei smartwatch – no standalone calls or Wi-Fi, but the Bluetooth and GPS continue to work. That way, the battery will last between 14 and 21 days, depending on your usage (usually if you run a lot and need the GPS often).
We also tried a combination of the two where we would drop the phone when you go for a run in the evening or go out with friends and use the Huawei Watch 3 Pro alone. The rest of the time it would be tied to the phone in long battery mode and we would get close to 6 days of battery life which is very respectable.
You can go even further if you disable Always On Display, as the Watch 3 Pro has the fastest and most reliable raise to wake we’ve seen on a smartwatch.
HarmonyOS has also provided an overview of what consumes the most battery, splitting it into two categories: hardware and software. Huawei Watch 3 Pro review
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