After debuting a couple of weeks back, finally Huawei Watch 3 Pro alongside its younger brother Watch 3 began hitting stores in China. As far as the official confirmation of the Huawei Watch 3 Pro in Australia is concerned, we are out of words – as of now. One of the major improvements Huawei has made is none other than its own latest HarmonyOS 2.0, which is a significant replacement for both Lite OS and Wear OS.
Calling the Watch 3 Pro a smart wearable wouldn’t be wrong, thanks to its smart enough internal features, plentiful sensors, vivid display, and, of course, fantastic design. Ahead of its official launch, here is everything you would like to know about the Watch 3 Pro.
Talking about the design first, the Watch 3 Pro from Huawei indeed has a classic style with a titanium case which is polished quite perfectly. While wearing it on your wrist, it’s ready to give you a professional look, and thanks to its biggest enough AMOLED display, you are all set to enjoy vivid and bright colours on the go. Besides, the watch is sporting a rotatable crown alongside a side button and a sensitive touch screen for easy scrolling.
What about Display?
With a display size of 1.43-inches – based on AMOLED technology, the Huawei Watch 3 Pro in Australia will ensure unmatched colours for your next-level entertainment. Moreover, you will enjoy 30+ pre-installed faces alongside animated faces. Besides, there are 1000+ designs you would be able to download from Huawei’s Watch Face Store.
Put Your Own Look on Screen
One of the coolest things about the Huawei Watch 3 Pro is that it enables the users to record 5 to 10-second videos from their phone, convert them into animations, and put them on the display. Aside from that, the watch has managed to have plentiful apps inside with a simple and easy-to-navigate grid. Hence, you can interact with any of your favourite apps smoothly in no time.
In terms of power, users of the Watch 3 Pro will enjoy a whopping 21-day battery life, even with intense use. In addition to this, the battery can also provide you with 24/7 health support as well as fitness monitoring without running out of juice. Interestingly, it has a special "smart mode" that manages the juice in typical scenarios.
Release Date & Price
Huawei has launched its Watch 3 Pro back on the 11th of June 2021 in its home country, China. As far as the official confirmation outside China is concerned, it’s something we are short of words on – for now. In terms of Huawei Watch 3 Pro Prices in Australia, Aussies should expect to spend anywhere from AU$699 to AU$899 – thanks to its plentiful internal premium features.
Although it’s not officially available across Australia, but based on different sources, Aussies should be able to get one before July 2021 ends. As soon as the watch arrives in the Australian stores, we will gather them here for you to compare the prices and choose one without having to spend a fortune.