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Huawei Launches The GT 3 Pro

With a big focus on its suitability in the water, Huawei has announced its new GT 3 Pro also boasts an ultra-clear large screen, up to 14 days battery life, ECG tracking and improved water-resistant performance that supports freediving up to 30 metres deep.

The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro helps support a healthy lifestyle, with ECG analysis and TruSeen 5.0+ data monitoring technology that enables accurate heart health measurement, as well as blood oxygen monitoring.

Huawei says the overall design of the GT smartwatch series is inspired by the automotive industry and is named after the high-performance ‘Grand Tourer’ or ‘Gran Turismo’ style of luxury car.

Huawei recently launched its latest device in its acclaimed Huawei Watch GT series: the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro. Huawei’s latest flagship smartwatch recently picked up the EISA Best Smartwatch 2022-2023 Award, and comes with a new interface design, premium materials, an ultra-clear large screen, up to 14 days battery life, ECG tracking and improved water-resistant performance that supports freediving up to 30 metres deep.

The Huawei Watch GT series is inspired by the automotive industry and is named after the high-performance ‘Grand Tourer’ or ‘Gran Turismo’ style of vehicle. The GT is always considered to offer high-performance, high reliability and high horsepower and has become synonymous with glamour, adventure, and endurance.

Huawei says the new GT 3 Pro makes it easy to support a healthy lifestyle, with ECG analysis and TruSeen 5.0+ data monitoring technology that enable accurate heart health measurement, as well as blood oxygen monitoring.

The electronics giant also says the device has taken its sporting capabilities to the next level, with an all-new free dive mode in addition to over 100 other workout modes, for a truly bespoke workout experience. A combination of a smart running plan and Dual-Band Five-System GNSS positioning for more accurate geographic location helps runners of all abilities go the extra mile.

Huawei says one of the GT 3 Pro’s most exciting new features is its increased water resistance. After 200 rounds of water pressure testing, it complies with the engineering standard EN 13319 and achieves ground-breaking diving-level water-resistant performance, which can support freediving up to 30 metres deep.

The Free Diving Mode, which provides real-time diving information and can be hugely beneficial for anyone learning to freedive. An apnea training feature with customisable tables helps users as a personalised training assistant for improving their breath-holding capability.

The first device in the GT series made an impact when it was launched in 2018. With its two-week-long battery life, scientific exercise guidance and professional health monitoring capabilities, it disrupted the market and became a popular device for anyone serious about tracking their health.

The new iteration of the watch has seen innovative new features, dedicated workout modes, and even more precise health monitoring. The design has been perfected over the years, for a smartwatch as luxurious to look at as it is to use.

Because sport is a social activity, and Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro allows users to share their workouts with their friends, and invite them to join in. The watch can keep up with wherever a workout takes the wearer, with offline and Route Back Navigation to help find the way.

Among the over 100 workout modes is the Intelligent Running Plan. This helps create a personal running plan based on an individual’s physical and running history and performance goals. It assesses data such as pace, heart rate, distance, and more to offer professional advice which evolves with the runner.

Other workout modes range from golf to cross-country skiing to free training and there’s plenty of storage space as well as Bluetooth music playback, so a workout playlist can be listened to anytime, anywhere.

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