Huawei has announced the ทางเข้าสล็อต first smartwatches to run its own HarmonyOS operating system, the Huawei Watch 3 and Huawei Watch 3 Pro. In theory, it's the third separate operating system that Huawei uses for its smartwatches. formerly running Google's Android Wear (now Wear OS) before introducing its own LiteOS software along with newer devices.Despite having a new operating system, the Watch 3 has similar features to Huawei's previous wearables.
New additions include a redesigned home screen that now includes a watchOS-style app grid instead of a list. It also supports video calls via Huawei's own MeeTime service.Although branded as a HarmonyOS device, the Watch 3's long battery life indicates that the operating system is very different from the version of HarmonyOS that Huawei uses in its new tablets. And it may have more in common with LiteOS on earlier watches. Huawei didn't answer questions about the similarities between HarmonyOS and the existing operating system.
The Watch 3's design doesn't deviate much from Huawei's previous smartwatches. It features a circular 1.43-inch OLED display with a 60Hz refresh rate and 1000 nits peak brightness. The display is edge-to-edge. to the edge Therefore, there is no rotating bezel on this smartwatch. Instead, you control it through a rotating crown. Similar to the Apple Watch, the watch is available in a few different styles, including an “active” version with a rubber strap, a “classic” version with leather, and an “Eli” version. with a metal watch band
with a 1.43-inch circular OLED display and a rotatable crown for tracking activities The watch has many of the same sensors as its predecessor. Includes heart rate tracking, Sp02 sensor and sleep tracking. But new to this model is a temperature sensor, which is similar to Fitbit's Sense smartwatch last year. Huawei says this sensor can continuously track your skin temperature throughout the day. Hundreds of exercise modes from running, climbing, cycling and swimming.
eSIM support is back from the Watch 2 Pro, meaning the Watch 3 can be used independently from a phone with its own 4G LTE connection. The watch supports direct voice calls. It also supports video calling via Huawei's MeeTime service (although there is no confirmation if the watch will work with other video calling services such as WhatsApp).With 4G enabled, Huawei says you should get about three days of battery life from the Watch 3, but that's extended to 14 days if you want to turn off 4G and use the phone on. Even in low power mode, Huawei says you should be able to track your activities and workouts. and the watch face will remain animated.