Huawei Watch GT spec sheet revealed entirely; new fitness bracelet coming too
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The upcoming Huawei Watch GT has already been certified by the FCC and more recently made an appearance in some leaked marketing material. But today, thanks to WiseBuy, the final details about Huawei’s next wearable have been revealed.
According to the new information, the Watch GT will arrive with a circular 1.4-inch AMOLED display complete with a resolution of 454 x 454p. This, along with the bezels, brings the total diameter to 46.5mm, while the thickness of the wearable sits at 10.4mm. In regards to features, Huawei’s next watch will come with a heart rate monitor, GPS, and a compass. Furthermore, water resistance will allow athletes to track swimming, while a collaboration with Firstbeat will provide users with a virtual running instructor. Also, sleep tracking will be possible thanks to a new feature called Huawei TruSleep.
As revealed recently, the wearable will come equipped with a 410mAh battery. This will be sufficient for up to 14 days of continuous use, or 7 days with Always On Mode activated. If the GPS is turned on, though, this figure drops drastically to just 20 hours.
Set to be sold alongside the Watch GT will also be a new fitness bracelet codenamed Huawei Terra. This will feature a 0.95-inch AMOLED display alongside a GPS and a heart rate monitor. Much like the watch, water resistance will also be included, as will a potential battery life of up to 14 days.
Both of Huawei’s wearables are set to be announced alongside the Huawei Mate 20 series and the Freebuds 2 Pro. Following this, sales are expected to commence sometime in November. The Huawei Watch GT is expected to start at around $275, while the fitness band will set consumers back $140.