Huawei Watch GT how-tos, price, and specs by Revu Philippines

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The Huawei Watch GT is an attractive smartwatch that is great for fitness and easily pairs with Android and iOS devices. It looks more expensive than it actually costs, but its biggest selling point is its battery life. No wonder the company sold a whopping 2 million units of the device in the first quarter of 2019 alone.

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We’ve been using our Watch GT for months now, and it has consistently returned around 15 to 16 days of use on a single charge. That’s longer than the two-week battery life quoted by Huawei. If you’re coming from a smartwatch that requires nightly charging, or lasts less than a week, upgrading to Huawei’s latest wearable will be a big step up.

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Suppose you are a new Watch GT owner. We’ve put together this video to help you get started with your device, from tethering it to your smartphone to downloading watch faces and enabling notifications so that they show up on your watch the moment you receive them.

Huawei Watch GT 101

In the Philippines, the Huawei Watch GT is priced in the Philippines at P12,990 (about $250 converted). We highly recommend it if you are in the market for a smartwatch that looks and feels like a regular watch, has plenty of tracking features, and keeps the juice going for days per charge.

Huawei Watch GT specs

  • 1.39-inch, 454 x 454 OLED screen
  • 16MB RAM
  • 128MB storage
  • 420mAh battery
  • Huawei Lite OS
  • 5ATM waterproof

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 11 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.