Huawei Watch GT gets certified by the FCC with 410mAh battery, NFC, and more
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Earlier this month, a certification in Europe revealed Huawei was working on a new smartwatch dubbed the Watch GT. Unfortunately, as is common with these listings, no information about the wearable was revealed. But today this same device appears to have been certified by the FCC and, thankfully, some details are provided this time around.
Kicking things off with the battery, the wearable is listed as including a 410mAh pack. This is ever so slightly smaller than the 420mAh battery that is present inside Huawei’s current offering. However, it does represent a big gain over the 291.8mAh juice pack featured inside the 44mm Apple Watch Series 4 model. Another thing worth noting is that it will support 5W charging via the charging pad, which itself uses a USB Type-C port.
Elsewhere on the feature list, the watch will include a GPS, which suggests Huawei will include a number of fitness-focused features, and NFC support. This will allow users to make contactless payments via Google Pay, Huawei Pay, or any other alternatives that may be available.
Aside from this, not much is known about Huawei’s next wearable but it will presumably come running Wear OS straight out of the box. Also, following the recent Snapdragon Wear 3100 release, it’s likely that this processor will be included. Lastly, when it comes to an announcement, the Watch GT could make its first official appearance alongside the Mate 20 series and FreeBuds 2 Pro on October 16.
source: FCC via MySmartPrice