Review of Huawei Watch 3 Pro – Luxurious, yet imperfect

  • Huawei is now focusing primarily on non-restricted accessories
  • Examples are the smart watch Watch 3 and the more luxurious Watch 3 Pro
  • How is the new Huawei watch used and for whom is it intended?

Huawei Watch 3 Pro smart watches look really nice, they just don’t deny the quality

Article chapters:

»1. Introduction, package contents, design, display and durability
» 2. Environment, fitness and other functions, evaluation

Package contents

  • Huawei Watch 3 Pro smart watch with leather strap
  • rechargeable Qi dock with USB-A termination
  • technical brochure and basic guide

Luxus pro megalomany

The new watch from Huawei is definitely one of the most beautiful on the market – I almost wonder if I’ve seen any nicer ones. The massive body is almost 1.5 inches high from the wrist shining in the distance. The watch can be felt on the hand thanks to its massive workmanship, as it weighs 63 grams. The durable construction is also reflected in the prescribed watertightness of up to 50 meters.

But Huawei cared about the materials used and the model of last year Watch GT 2 Pro he bet everything on a titanium case, sapphire crystal and a ceramic pumpkin with medical sensors. In the basic configuration, the 3 Pro model is also complemented by a strap made of high-quality brown leather. However, you can easily replace it (the pitch is 22 millimeters) or choose a more expensive variant with a titanium strap. He is perhaps best suited to the watch.

Huawei to the Apple Watch

This year, the Chinese manufacturer came up with new controls – a flat button and a rotating digital crown with a haptic response. That’s what Apple brought a long time ago, now Huawei is just confirming that it works. In at least one aspect, however, the Chinese giant surpasses the American one, namely in design.

It may not sound blasphemous, but as someone who likes the design of the Apple Watch, I say in full that the new watch from Huawei is much more handsome. Not so much the titanium version 3 Pro, but the basic Watch 3 made of shiny steel. But we’re really going into the details – in the final, it’s the same for everyone. There is beauty in simplicity and the Huawei Watch 3 and 3 Pro were incredibly successful in terms of design. It’s a pity that we don’t have a pleasantly light and purely women’s version.

Huawei Watch 3 Pro

Huawei Watch 3 made of steel on the left and Titanium Watch 3 Pro made of titanium on the right photo:

The display is large and easy to read

When looking at the watch, of course, the most interesting is the black mirror – the display. The Pro version has a front side equipped with a chronograph, the basic variant is clean. Again, it depends on your personal preferences. The circular display is 1.43 inches large and the resolution of 466 × 466 pixels is maximally adequate and therefore sufficient in the realm of smart watches.

That it is AMOLED, the readability in direct sunlight is excellent, although with sunglasses. The entire display area is also touch, but due to the presence of the digital crown, you will not have to look around the display as often. Another advantage is that the crown can be operated even with wet or otherwise dirty fingers.

The manufacturer did not properly underestimate the important always-on display (AOD) for many smart watches, ie the continuous display of time on the watch. Let me just let myself be stabbed towards setting the AOD. You can select one of six continuous display themes in the watch system. Later, however, you may be surprised, because some classic dials have their own AOD, which they will not tell you about in advance. The settings don’t make much sense.

Huawei Watch 3 Pro

The display is sufficient, beautifully legible and sharp photo:

Huawei did not disappoint with endurance again

But the big enemy of the always-on display is the battery. Although it may be the other way around. The Huawei Watch 3 Pro has a luxuriously large 790mAh battery in its bowels. This guarantees the watch and the user long-term operation without the need to charge. But it depends on what angle you look at it.

If you use the watch like me, that is, by running it half an hour of exercise every other day, some notifications, morning alarm clock, continuous monitoring of the heart rate and the top of the AOD, you will get to 3 to 4 days. And these are very good values ​​in the light of weaker competition.

If you do without a continuous display of the clock, the watch with an overview will last you 6 to 7 days. And for long-lasting fans, there’s also a convenient mode that keeps the watch running for up to 20 days. But you have to give up smooth animations and some specific functions. Charging takes place either with the included cradle or via any Qi charging pad – even from the back of your smartphone, for example – and takes about an hour.

Article chapters:

»1. Introduction, package contents, design, display and durability
» 2. Environment, fitness and other functions, evaluation

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