Chinese company Huawei is in the process of bringing new smartwatches to the market. There has been a new development in this newsfeed. According to a Chinese digital blogger, the Chinese tech giant is apparently about to introduce its own, all-new user interface. The company’s next smartwatch called Huawei Watch3 will feature the new user interface. Additionally, the flagship smartwatch will see a further upgrade starting in early May.
Since the smartwatch has yet to be launched, few details regarding both the specifications of the smartwatch and the details of the new user interface are known to the public. However, it is known that the Huawei Watch3 is likely to support the eSIM function; In addition, the smartwatch will also equip a special new design language which will be compatible with the new user interface of Hongmeng OS. The inclusion of the new design language will set it apart from other existing Watch GT series.
The blogger also mentioned that Huawei’s new smartwatch will also support multi-terminal transfer tasks while supporting the addition of more third-party apps. In addition, the Huawei Watch3 will be equipped with different sports modes, with more emphasis on high-end and intelligence. However, the battery life of the Huawei Watch3 will be less than that of the GT. But what the new Huawei smartwatch lacks in battery life, it makes up for with other features.
Huawei had launched the Huawei smartwatch called Huawei Watch in 2015 at the Mate 8 conference. The launch was followed by the release of the new Huawei smartwatch called Huawei Watch 2 in 2018. Then came a number of GT series smartwatches. , but the news of the new Huawei SmartWatch 3 is very recent.