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Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Vs. Galaxy Watch 4: Which Is The Better Watch?

Both versions of the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro have a 60Hz AMOLED touch display, but with different screen sizes. Those who opted for the Ceramic Edition will get a 1.32-inch display with a 42.9mm watchface, while the Titanium Edition will get a 1.43-inch display with a 46.6mm watchface. The Galaxy Watch 4 has a Super AMOLED display and is available in two sizes: a 40mm version with a 1.19″ screen and a 44mm version with a 1.36″ screen. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, which features a rotating bezel, is also available in 42mm and 46mm versions with 1.19-inch and 1.36-inch screens. Samsung offers both standard and classic models of smartwatches with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. Huawei has the upper hand here, as it comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. Huawei hasn’t released a Wear OS smartwatch in several years, and it won’t be coming any time soon. However, we have developed a version of the HarmonyOS operating system for wearables that can be found on the Watch GT 3 Pro. The operating system is lightweight and supports apps, but it’s not at the Wear OS 3 level of the Galaxy Watch 4 with access to the Google Play Store apps.

In terms of health, it has several similar features, including ECG for AFib detection, heart rate monitoring, blood oxygenation monitoring and sleep tracking. In addition to this, Huawei adds a temperature sensor, a stress monitor, and a women’s health monitor. The Galaxy Watch 4 doesn’t have all of these features, and a recent report suggested that the Galaxy Watch 5 won’t have a temperature sensor either. However, the Galaxy Watch 4 has two health features not available on the Watch GT 3 Pro. One is a bioelectric impedance analysis sensor that measures body composition (body fat, body water, BMI, etc.), and the other is a blood pressure sensor. Both watches can track multiple sporting activities, including swimming (more than 100 on Huawei watches and more than 90 on Galaxy Watch 4). There is also a golf mode that detects your swing posture and tracks your golf swing.

Both smartwatches have an integrated microphone and speaker for answering calls. There’s also GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC, but only the Galaxy Watch 4 has Wi-Fi and LTE options. Both watches support wireless charging, but the battery capacity and lifespan vary from watch to watch due to different sizes. The Watch GT 3 Pro Ceramic Edition lasts up to 7 days (4 days with heavy use) on a single charge, and the Titanium Edition can last up to 14 days (8 days with heavy use). In contrast, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 can only be charged for up to 40 hours. Huawei currently only sells the Watch GT 3 Pro in China. The price is 2,488 yen (~$373) for the Titanium Edition and 2,988 yen (~$448) for the Ceramic Edition with a leather strap. dong Win Future, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro is coming soon in Europe and costs 369 euros for the titanium version with a silicone bracelet and 499 euros with a metal bracelet (probably titanium). this Huawei The price is significantly higher than the Galaxy Watch 4’s starting price of $249 and the Classic Edition of $349.

Source: Huawei 1, 2, Samsung, Win Future


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Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Vs. Galaxy Watch 4: Which Is The Better Watch?

The two versions of the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro have a 60Hz AMOLED touch display, albeit with varying screen sizes. Those who opt for the Ceramic Edition will get a 1.32-inch display nestled inside a 42.9mm dial while the Titanium Edition packs a 1.43-inch display in a 46.6mm dial. The Galaxy Watch 4 has a Super AMOLED display and comes in two sizes – a 40mm version with a 1.19-inch screen and a 44mm version with a 1.36-inch screen. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, which has a rotating bezel, can also be picked up in two versions – 42mm and 46mm with 1.19-inch and 1.36-inch screens, respectively. Samsung ships both the standard and classic models of its smartwatch with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. Huawei gets the upper hand here, as its watch comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. Huawei hasn’t launched a Wear OS smartwatch in years and that’s unlikely to happen anytime soon. Nevertheless, it has developed a version of its HarmonyOS operating system for its wearables which can be found on the Watch GT 3 Pro. The OS is lightweight and has support for apps, although not to the same level as Wear OS 3 on the Galaxy Watch 4, which has access to Google Play Store apps.
In terms of health, there are a few similar features including an ECG for AFib detection, heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen level monitoring, and sleep tracking. In addition, Huawei adds a temperature sensor, stress monitoring, and women’s health tracking. The Galaxy Watch 4 lacks all of these features and a recent report suggested the Galaxy Watch 5 won’t have a temperature sensor either. However, there are two health features on the Galaxy Watch 4 that are not available on the Watch GT 3 Pro. One is a bioelectrical impedance analysis sensor for measuring body composition (body fat, body water, BMI, and more) and the other is a blood pressure sensor. Both watches can track several sporting activities (over 100 on Huawei’s watch and over 90 on the Galaxy Watch 4) including swimming. There is also a golf mode for detecting swing posture and tracking golf swings.
The two smartwatches have an integrated microphone and speaker for taking calls. There is also GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC, but only the Galaxy Watch 4 has Wi-Fi and optional LTE. The battery capacity and life are different for each watch, due to the different sizes, although they both support wireless charging. The Watch GT 3 Pro Ceramic Edition offers up to 7 days on a single charge (4 days with heavy usage) while the Titanium Edition will last up to 14 days (8 days with heavy use). In contrast, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 can only manage up to 40 hours before it needs to be recharged. Huawei is only selling the Watch GT 3 Pro in China for now where it is priced at ¥2488 (~$373) for the Titanium edition and ¥2988 (~$448) for the Ceramic edition with a leather strap. According to Winfuture, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro will make it to Europe soon priced at €369 (~$389) for the titanium version with a silicone strap and €499 (~$526) with a metal (presumably also titanium) bracelet. These Huawei prices are much higher than the $249 starting price of the Galaxy Watch 4 and the $349 Classic edition.
Source: Huawei 1, 2, Samsung, Winfuture

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Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Vs. Galaxy Watch 4: Which Is The Better Watch?

The two versions of the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro have a 60Hz AMOLED touch display, albeit with varying screen sizes. Those who opt for the Ceramic Edition will get a 1.32-inch display nestled inside a 42.9mm dial while the Titanium Edition packs a 1.43-inch display in a 46.6mm dial. The Galaxy Watch 4 has a Super AMOLED display and comes in two sizes – a 40mm version with a 1.19-inch screen and a 44mm version with a 1.36-inch screen. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, which has a rotating bezel, can also be picked up in two versions – 42mm and 46mm with 1.19-inch and 1.36-inch screens, respectively. Samsung ships both the standard and classic models of its smartwatch with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage. Huawei gets the upper hand here, as its watch comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage. Huawei hasn’t launched a Wear OS smartwatch in years and that’s unlikely to happen anytime soon. Nevertheless, it has developed a version of its HarmonyOS operating system for its wearables which can be found on the Watch GT 3 Pro. The OS is lightweight and has support for apps, although not to the same level as Wear OS 3 on the Galaxy Watch 4, which has access to Google Play Store apps.
In terms of health, there are a few similar features including an ECG for AFib detection, heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen level monitoring, and sleep tracking. In addition, Huawei adds a temperature sensor, stress monitoring, and women’s health tracking. The Galaxy Watch 4 lacks all of these features and a recent report suggested the Galaxy Watch 5 won’t have a temperature sensor either. However, there are two health features on the Galaxy Watch 4 that are not available on the Watch GT 3 Pro. One is a bioelectrical impedance analysis sensor for measuring body composition (body fat, body water, BMI, and more) and the other is a blood pressure sensor. Both watches can track several sporting activities (over 100 on Huawei’s watch and over 90 on the Galaxy Watch 4) including swimming. There is also a golf mode for detecting swing posture and tracking golf swings.
The two smartwatches have an integrated microphone and speaker for taking calls. There is also GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC, but only the Galaxy Watch 4 has Wi-Fi and optional LTE. The battery capacity and life are different for each watch, due to the different sizes, although they both support wireless charging. The Watch GT 3 Pro Ceramic Edition offers up to 7 days on a single charge (4 days with heavy usage) while the Titanium Edition will last up to 14 days (8 days with heavy use). In contrast, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 can only manage up to 40 hours before it needs to be recharged. Huawei is only selling the Watch GT 3 Pro in China for now where it is priced at ¥2488 (~$373) for the Titanium edition and ¥2988 (~$448) for the Ceramic edition with a leather strap. According to Winfuture, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro will make it to Europe soon priced at €369 (~$389) for the titanium version with a silicone strap and €499 (~$526) with a metal (presumably also titanium) bracelet. These Huawei prices are much higher than the $249 starting price of the Galaxy Watch 4 and the $349 Classic edition.
Source: Huawei 1, 2, Samsung, Winfuture

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