Huawei Watch GT 3 review and price and specs via Revu Philippines

Huawei Watch GT 3 review: Long-lasting OLED smartwatch [Video]

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The Huawei Watch GT 3 is available for preorder in the Philippines until December 9, in 42mm and 46mm options, alongside the Huawei Watch GT Runner and Huawei FreeBuds Lipstick wireless earbuds.

(Update, January 20: Today’s firmware update has made the Huawei Watch GT 3 even more enticing!)

We have been using the 42mm and 46mm versions of the Watch GT 3 for a few weeks already, and we think they’re pretty incredible. But are they incredible enough for us to highly recommend them? Watch the embedded video below for our thoughts and verdict on Huawei’s latest smartwatch.

Huawei Watch GT 3 review video. More here!

Locally, the newest additions to Huawei’s GT smartwatch series start at P11,999 (around $238 converted). That’s for the 42mm model. The 46mm variant costs P12,999 ($258), while the Watch GT Runner with an antibacterial silicone strap is priced at P13,999 ($278). As the latter’s name goes, the said unit is specifically designed for runners.

Huawei Watch GT 3 and Huawei Watch GT Runner price and preorder period and freebies via Revu Philippines
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The Huawei Watch GT 3 comes with a water- and dust-resistant metal case with a rotatable crown that offers tactile feedback for the first time. It’s also equipped with OLED touch displays and more sensors and light sources at the back.

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As expected, it runs HarmonyOS out of the box. Huawei’s own platform brings native app support to the Watch GT series and seamless connectivity between the watch and other HarmonyOS devices. The bigger Watch GT 3 also offers up to two weeks of battery life on a single charge — or days more than what most smartwatches can claim.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 13 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.