We had the opportunity to take the Huawei Watch 3 and get first impressions of a watch that emphasizes HarmonyOS.
Nail scary interface and an experience that generates that is not lacking in the applications that we usually use when we wear a smartwatch on the wrist.
HarmonyOS and Huawei Watch 3 hand in hand
From HarmonyOS we have already given our first impressions and of all we have his hyperconnectivity. This ability so that we are owners and masters of all the devices we have at home so that the connections between them do not make us lose a second.
We come back to the same of this application device connection from a great device that lets you connect one or the other in amazing ways much to our surprise.
Here is the Huawei Watch 3 smartwatch to be part of it large product family who use the Huawei operating system to connect synchronously.
Apart from the obvious quality in manufacturing and features of the Huawei Watch 3, the main thing is HarmonyOS and the desire to be completely independent of the brand.
The independence of the Huawei connected watch
It is one of the first products of the brand being independent and put an end to everything that has happened with Google and the United States. We will not go into details, but it is known.
The first thing that catches your eye is the screen 1.43 “AMOLED which with the refresh rate of 60Hz provides a perfect user experience. The HarmonyOS interface also leads us to another generous experience where everything goes very fast.
And while we may miss some Google apps, Huawei has already taken it upon themselves to offer theirs and make collaborations with excellent Brands like Adidas.
Of course, in a smart watch of this nature we will have the same Runtastic from Adidas, so the experience for running and exercise is ideal.
With 100 sports modes, 17 professionals and 85 personalized, we will have more than enough to make you the main axis of our daily life to take care of our physique.
Celia as voice assistant and Petal Maps, the alternative to Cards from Huawei, they help us not to miss the Google apps at any time; at least from lap top experience.
Then you have details like the possibility of mirror camera app of the mobile from the clock, as an update that will arrive shortly.
In the hand
As we have said over and over again, the the quality is undeniable in the manufacture and the design of both the Huawei Watch 3 and the Huawei Watch 3 Pro, although the latter offers an extra day of battery life to reach 5.
If we put it in ultra mode while saving we can enjoy the watch for 21 days without having to connect it to the power grid.
With all of this, Huawei, currently more focused on HarmonyOS, hasn’t overlooked the fact that when you wear one of its two smartwatches, it feels like you’re wearing a portable device with huge, almost luxurious features.
I am very good feelings that the Huawei Watch 3 has passed away, although with the uncertainty of this ecosystem of Google applications that we will not be able to access by default; of course, Android APKs can be installed on HarmonyOS.
A great connected watch
Leaving aside the firmness and conviction With which Huawei goes all out with Harmony OS, the Huawei Watch 3 is a very complete connected watch which, to our first impressions, is positive.
Due to the reduced room for maneuver that a smart watch leaves compared to a smartphone, with this wearable, the Chinese brand has the possibility of achieving a wider market only when one of your mobiles arrives with HarmonyOS.
We will have the same experience as another laptop, although with the differences of Petal Maps (which is based on Tom Tom’s maps) and Google apps, so we already have to Huawei Watch 3 in hand and test it for several days.