Huawei Watch 3 price and specs via Revu Philippines

Fitness first: Huawei Watch 3, FreeBuds 4, Scale 3 Pro launched in PH

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Huawei Philippines has announced a slew of smart, fitness-focused products, headlined by the new Huawei Watch 3 smartwatch.

(Update, August 19: We show you how the Huawei Watch 3, FreeBuds 4, and Scale 3 Pro can help you hit your fitness goals intelligently!)

Besides that, there’s also the Huawei FreeBuds 4 wireless earbuds and Huawei Scale 3 Pro. The watch and buds are now available for preorder in the Philippines until July 14, while the digital scale will go up for pre-sale beginning July 15.

The 46mm Huawei Watch 3 has a suggested retail price of P18,999 (roughly $383 converted) and is only available in black. The Huawei FreeBuds 4, which are priced at P7,999 ($161), come in Silver Frost and Ceramic White colors. And the Huawei Scale 3 Pro will sell for P3,999 ($81).

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Every purchase of the Watch 3 during the preorder period comes with a free Huawei Band 4 worth P1,890 ($38), while the FreeBuds 4 gets a pretty hefty P2,000 ($40) discount for a limited time, plus a 3-month subscription to Huawei Music and a Bluetooth speaker worth P1,499 ($30).

Locally, you can buy the Watch 3 and FreeBuds 4 from the official Huawei Store and Huawei’s Shopee and Lazada (Watch only) brand shops.

Huawei Watch 3 and Huawei FreeBuds 4 price and preorder period and freebies via Revu Philippines

Huawei Watch 3 and Huawei FreeBuds 4 price and preorder details for the Philippine market

Huawei Watch 3

Compared to previous models, the Watch 3 can be set up with an eSIM, so it doesn’t need to be tethered to your smartphone at all for alerts, calls, and data syncing. MeeTime is also supported on the watch as a standalone feature, in case you want to make high-quality calls to compatible Huawei devices.

In Endurance mode, the smartwatch promises 14 days of battery life, while Smart mode should deliver three days of use. The latter includes two hours of LTE connection as well as 22 hours of pairing over Bluetooth every day.

The Watch 3 is made using stainless steel plus ceramic and features a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen with 466 x 466 resolution. It also has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage, which is good to know since this smartwatch has access to Huawei’s AppGallery storefront.

Huawei FreeBuds 4

These buds have an open-fit design, similar to Apple’s AirPods. Unlike the American technology company’s earphones, though, the FreeBuds 4 promise better noise cancellation, incorporating a new adaptive ear-matching technology that can apparently detect a user’s ear shape and adapt the ANC accordingly.

Each bud supports gesture controls and is fitted with a 14.3mm LCP dynamic driver with a frequency range up to 40kHz to decrease distortion and latency as low as 90ms on phones running HarmonyOS 2.0. Multipoint pairing, on the other hand, allows the FreeBuds 4 to connect to two devices at the same time for seamless, switchable listening. The rated battery life is quite impressive, too — 22 hours with a fully charged case and four hours from the earbuds with ANC off.

Huawei Scale 3 Pro price and preorder details via Revu Philippines

Huawei Scale 3 Pro Philippine price and preorder period

Huawei Scale 3 Pro

The Scale 3 Pro is a stylish and smart bodyweight scale equipped with a retractable handle bar and a tempered-glass surface. It can accurately measure body fat, liver fat, skeletal muscle, bioimpedance, and other health stats within an age range of six to 80 years old. It is powered by three AA batteries that can last for 360 days, assuming the scale is used once daily.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 12 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.