The Chinese smartphone manufacturer HUAWEI has been gaining ground on the competition with new releases like as their new operating system HarmonyOS, as well as with lightweight accessories like the FreeBuds 4 that are becoming more popular. As fitness and health have become more essential and fashionable elements in our everyday lives, it comes as no surprise that the brand has pursued a number of initiatives in its wearable series, focusing on smartwatches that integrate fashion, health, and technology.
How the Series Works
The HUAWEI Watch 3 Series, which includes the huawei watch pro 3, is the newest smartwatch from the Chinese electronics giant. It is the first of its smartwatches to operate on the company’s new HarmonyOS operating system, and it is the first of its smartwatches to run on its new HarmonyOS operating system.
- The Watch 3 Pro Classic Edition, which is effectively the finest performing smartwatch in their whole wearable line, has a sophisticated and elegant appearance thanks to its leather band and gunmetal finish design.
- You can browse through the menu on the smartwatch thanks to its large rotating crown, and it also includes an extra button that you can use as a shortcut for any of the functions the watch provides.
- If you have a tiny wrist, you may want to consider whether or not you would like wearing a watch with a big dial from the get-go with the Watch 3 Pro. While the watch is very hefty at 63 grammes, its titanium and ceramic case gives the impression of having a high level of construction quality.
Huawei Watch 3 Pro
After a few weeks of wearing the Watch 3 Pro, I’ve found that the big face of the watch doesn’t make it too difficult to handle or too unpleasant to wear despite having a smaller wrist than most people. Wearing it to sleep, on the other hand, may be a burdensome experience if you are sensitive to having weight around your wrist.
If you are not using a Huawei phone, though, you will have to put in a little more effort to get the wristwatch to function properly. Users are needed to download and install the Huawei Health app in order to connect with the wristwatch, however for some reason, the Huawei Health app that we were able to locate on our Google Play Store does not function.
Best Use of the Model
In order to link the wristwatch to our Google Pixel 3 XL, we had to first download the Huawei AppGallery and then install the most recent version of the Health app from inside it. You can change many settings, such as the watch face, via the Health app, which basically shows all of your information about measurements and outcomes, and even workout objectives.Because the wristwatch will assist you through the process of connecting your phone through Bluetooth, the rest of the set-up should be quite simple.
The first thing we did after that was to go through all of the watch faces that were available — after all, a smartwatch needs to appear digitally nice. In addition to the around 30 pre-installed digital watch faces available for you to choose from, their shop provides a plethora of other choices, ranging in price from less than one dollar to many dollars.