Huawei is not only known for producing quality smartphones but also awesome connected gadgets such as its Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro. The manufacturer has recently introduced the Huawei Band 7 and a new connected watch, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro.
For this particular watch, you may choose between two materials for the case: ceramic, which weighs 50 grams and has a diameter of 42.9 mm, or titanium, which weighs 54 grams and has a diameter of 46.6 mm. It is also important to appreciate that both variants consist of a circular design, with a prominent crown at the bottom to recreate the appearance of a traditional watch at any cost.
The titanium version’s AMOLED display is also somewhat bigger, measuring 1.43 inches vs. 1.32 inches on the ceramic version. In titanium, you’ll have the option of a leather or fluorine rubber strap, while in ceramic, you’ll have the option of a leather or ceramic strap.
The technological specifications between the two watches are identical: accelerometer, gyroscope, heart sensor, electrocardiogram, skin temperature sensor, GPS, NFC, and Bluetooth. In all circumstances, we can mention an IP 68 certification and a 5 ATM protection up to 30 meters. The watch, like the Huawei Watch GT 3 and Huawei Watch GT Runner, runs on HarmonyOS 2.
Although the two variants look to be almost identical on the outside, there is a significant difference in the workings of their mechanics. According to the brand, the titanium version has a battery life of up to 14 days, while the ceramic version only has a battery life of up to 7 days.
The pricing for the titanium version will set you back 2488 yuan, which is about 357, while the ceramic version will set you back 2988 yuan, nearly 430 euros. However, keep in mind that costs in Kenya are often more than what a straightforward conversion may indicate.