​Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro announced – with European release tipped

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The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro has been announced in China, and is rumored to have a European release date.

Unlike the GT2 Pro released in 2020, there are are two sizes and two distinct styles of the GT3 Pro.

The Watch GT3 Pro comes in two sizes with 46 mm titanium with a 1.43-inch AMOLED display.

The larger titanium smartwatch looks closest to the previous GT 2 Pro – with a tough, masculine appearance and naturally suited to larger wrists.

However, the more striking of the two watches is the smaller 43 mm ceramic version. It packs in a 1.32-inch AMOLED. It has a much more feminine look and feel, with a gold bezel that adds a bit of detail and bling.

In terms of battery life, the 46mm promises 14 days of battery life, while the 43mm version should last 7 days.

As per the rumors ahead of the announcement, the GT3 Pro is rated for free diving up to 30m, which means its water resistance far exceeds standard smartwatches.

​Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro announced – with European release tipped

There's also an ECG monitor, which was added to the previous generation in an update in August last year However, we'd expect that feature to be dropped for any release outside of its Chinese homeland. The GT2 Pro ECG never made it to European or Western shores.

Elsewhere, it’s largely the same as the Huawei Watch GT3, with GPS, heart rate monitor, a heap of sports tracking modes and Android/iOS support.

Rumors of a Europe release are already circulating, thanks to a report on WinFuture. The report claims that it could cost €399/€499, although doesn’t offer too much in the way of dates. However, we’d expect that to happen this month.

Watch this space.

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