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Man­u­fac­tur­ers of var­i­ous elec­tron­ic devices offer a wide range of dif­fer­ent devices with wide func­tion­al­i­ty.

Flag­ship smart­watch mod­els from well-known man­u­fac­tur­ers can eas­i­ly replace a fit­ness track­er, pay­ment card or even a smart­phone.

Among the most famous brands is Huawei.

Smart watch­es from this brand are in the mid­dle price cat­e­go­ry and are devices with many options.

Rating of the TOP 15 best Huawei smartwatches and fitness bracelets

How to choose and what to look for?

Buy­ing a good smart watch is not easy, because when choos­ing such a device, you have to take into account a lot of char­ac­ter­is­tics.

Below are the para­me­ters of these elec­tron­ic devices, which you should def­i­nite­ly pay atten­tion to..

  • Switch­ing. Smart watch­es are syn­chro­nized with mobile devices. But here it is worth remem­ber­ing that some watch­es are only com­pat­i­ble with cer­tain brands of phones, for exam­ple, the Apple Watch only syncs with an iPhone, while Android-based watch­es, includ­ing Huawei, are suit­able for most smart­phones. One way or anoth­er, before buy­ing, you must def­i­nite­ly check the watch for com­pat­i­bil­i­ty with your mobile device.
  • Dis­play. There are cur­rent­ly four dis­play options: AMOLED, IPS, E‑Ink, and mono­chrome dot dis­play. The first two are pre­ferred for those who want a col­or screen. E‑ink or “elec­tron­ic ink” is suit­able for those who pre­fer a black and white dis­play and are inter­est­ed in a longer bat­tery life of the device.
  • Con­trol Inter­face. At the moment, smart watch­es use three con­trol options: touch, push-but­ton, and a com­bi­na­tion of the first and sec­ond types.
  • Oper­at­ing sys­tem. Smart watch­es can be equipped with an oper­at­ing sys­tem, but this is not a pre­req­ui­site. Some mod­els, paired with a smart­phone via Blue­tooth, do not have their own OS and do not sup­port the abil­i­ty to install addi­tion­al appli­ca­tions. Oth­ers work on an adapt­ed oper­at­ing shell, and here there are already sev­er­al options. For exam­ple, Huawei is main­ly based on the Android OS.
  • Appli­ca­tions and fea­tures. The satel­lite nav­i­ga­tion func­tion (GLONASS, GPS, etc.) allows you to track the loca­tion of the own­er of the watch in real time on the map, as well as trace the nec­es­sary route. Anoth­er inter­est­ing fea­ture is the NFS pay­ment sys­tem.
  • Bat­tery. The oper­at­ing time large­ly depends on which screen is used in the watch. Mod­els with eco­nom­i­cal E‑Ink dis­plays can last up to two weeks with­out recharg­ing. Gad­gets with bright AMOLED screens will hard­ly last a week. There­fore, you should always pay atten­tion to the bat­tery life of the device.
  • Appear­ance. An impor­tant point for smart watch­es in terms of design is the abil­i­ty to replace straps. In devices from Huawei, this fea­ture is used very wide­ly — you can pick up any strap that will dis­tin­guish you from oth­er own­ers of such watch­es.

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The best Huawei smartwatches

This sec­tion of the arti­cle will pro­vide a brief overview of the top 9 smart­watch­es from Huawei.

HUAWEI Watch GT 2 Classic 46 mm

The com­pact mod­el received a clas­sic frame­less design with round­ed 3D glass. one

Intel­li­gent pow­er sav­ing tech­nol­o­gy allows you to use this smart watch for two weeks with­out recharg­ing.

WATCH GT 2 sup­ports many advanced fea­tures, includ­ing mak­ing calls via Blue­tooth, receiv­ing noti­fi­ca­tions of new mes­sages, sleep mon­i­tor­ing, and more.

This watch also tracks your phys­i­cal activ­i­ty.

This mod­el is high­ly reli­able for 2022.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Touch AMOLED screen.
  • Diag­o­nal: 1.39″, res­o­lu­tion: 454×454.
  • Com­pat­i­ble with Android, iOS.
  • Min­i­mum sup­port­ed Android ver­sion: 4.4.
  • Min­i­mum sup­port­ed iOS ver­sion: 9.
  • Water resis­tance class: WR50 (you can show­er and swim with­out div­ing).

pros

  • High build qual­i­ty, reli­able mate­ri­als.
  • The abil­i­ty to con­nect blue­tooth head­phones to the watch.
  • Good speak­er.
  • Auton­o­my.
  • A suf­fi­cient num­ber of dif­fer­ent func­tions.

Minus­es

  • Does not receive calls from instant mes­sen­gers, only from the phone.
  • No wire­less charg­ing.
  • There is no pay­ment sys­tem.
  • It is not pos­si­ble to send quick SMS from the watch.

HUAWEI Watch GT Elegant

The body is made of met­al, and the sil­i­cone strap is tac­tile and does not look 2

cheap.

Huawei Watch GT has a capa­cious bat­tery and good opti­miza­tion.

Healthy lifestyle lovers can final­ly calm­ly engage in train­ing, with­out being dis­tract­ed by recharg­ing the device.

Oth­er plus­es of the Huawei Watch GT are advanced sleep mon­i­tor­ing, a heart rate mon­i­tor, water resis­tance, and a wide range of work­outs for run­ners.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Dis­play type: AMOLED, touch­screen, 1.2″, 390×390.
  • OS Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS, Android.
  • Min­i­mum sup­port­ed Android ver­sion: 4.4.
  • Min­i­mum sup­port­ed iOS ver­sion: 9.
  • Water resis­tance class: WR50 (you can show­er and swim with­out div­ing).

pros

  • Auton­o­my.
  • Ease of use for appli­ca­tions.
  • You can switch music from the watch.
  • Con­ve­nient menu.

Minus­es

  • Can’t install third par­ty apps.
  • There is no pro­tec­tive glass from scratch­es.
  • Few dials.

HUAWEI Watch GT Active

The HUAWEI Watch GT series of smart watch­es is in the mid­dle price cat­e­go­ry. Work­ing hours 3

with­out recharg­ing, as in all mod­els of this series, is up to two weeks.

Despite the fact that the mid-range smart­watch has a much small­er set of func­tions, the Watch GT Active is pro­tect­ed from dust and mois­ture.

There is also heart rate track­ing, sleep mon­i­tor­ing, calo­ries mon­i­tor­ing, phys­i­cal activ­i­ty (steps, run­ning), smart alarm clock.

There are also noti­fi­ca­tions for calls and mes­sages, as well as a GPS sys­tem.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Diag­o­nal and screen res­o­lu­tion: 1.39″, 454×454.
  • OS Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS, Android.
  • The min­i­mum sup­port­ed ver­sions of Android and iOS are the same as in pre­vi­ous mod­els.
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • Screen bright­ness and clar­i­ty.
  • High build qual­i­ty and mate­ri­als.
  • Plen­ty of dials.

Minus­es

  • Auto pow­er on by rais­ing your hand does not always work prop­er­ly.
  • Weak vibra­tion.
  • Lit­tle func­tion­al­i­ty.

HUAWEI Watch GT Classic

The appear­ance of Huawei Watch GT Сlas­sic cor­re­sponds to the name. The design is made in a clas­sic 3

style and is a tra­di­tion­al clock with a round screen.

Just like in the first mod­el, there are two straps to choose from — leather and sil­i­cone.

Auton­o­my is up to 2 weeks of work with­out recharg­ing.

With this watch, you can safe­ly take a show­er, but div­ing with it is not rec­om­mend­ed, because the water resis­tance class is only WR50.

In gen­er­al, the set of func­tions is no dif­fer­ent from the first device from this man­u­fac­tur­er.

Options:

  • water­proof.
  • AMOLED touch­screen, 1.39″, 454×454.
  • incom­ing call noti­fi­ca­tion.
  • com­pat­i­ble with Android (4.4.), iOS (9).

pros

  • Lots of sports fea­tures.
  • Noti­fi­ca­tions come from all apps.
  • Pairs well with android phones.
  • Good vibra­tion.

Minus­es

  • Few dials.
  • The play­er can­not be con­trolled.
  • There is no func­tion to respond to noti­fi­ca­tions.

HUAWEI Watch GT Sport

Huawei Watch GT Sport in its arse­nal has the fol­low­ing func­tions: step counter, calo­ries, and four

as well as noti­fi­ca­tion of the results of train­ing.

In addi­tion, this watch will pro­vide noti­fi­ca­tions for mes­sages and incom­ing calls. The mod­el sup­ports as many as three satel­lite sys­tems (GPS, GLONASS and GALILEO), so you will def­i­nite­ly find the way you need.

Watch GT Sport lives up to its name and sup­ports a vari­ety of modes for both indoor and out­door sports.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • OS Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS (ver­sion 9 and above), Android (ver­sion 4.4 and above).
  • Screen: touch AMOLED, 1.39″, 454×454.
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • High build qual­i­ty.
  • Auton­o­my.
  • High-qual­i­ty, respon­sive screen with bright col­ors.

Minus­es

  • Lit­tle func­tion­al­i­ty: the main focus is on sports appli­ca­tions.
  • Not very accu­rate pedome­ter.

HUAWEI Watch GT 2e

Huawei Watch GT 2e is a new and improved ver­sion of Watch GT 2. The main dif­fer­ence between these mod­els 5

is that 2e is focused on sports.

This is man­i­fest­ed in the appear­ance, where the clas­sic style has been replaced by a more sporty one, and in the func­tion­al­i­ty of the device.

So, HUAWEI WATCH GT 2e track almost any activ­i­ty: the device sup­ports mon­i­tor­ing of 15 sports with 85 cus­tomiz­able work­outs.

Sep­a­rate­ly, it is worth not­ing the musi­cal func­tions of the watch, which is impor­tant dur­ing train­ing..

There are two options at once: man­ag­ing tracks from your phone or record­ing songs direct­ly to your gad­get.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Screen: touch AMOLED, 1.39″, 454×454.
  • OS com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: Win­dows, iOS (from ver­sion 9), Android (from 4.4.), OS X.
  • Mois­ture pro­tec­tion: yes, IP68 (immer­sion to a depth of more than 1 m for up to 30 min­utes).

pros

  • Large selec­tion of dials.
  • High build qual­i­ty.
  • Com­fort­able updat­ed strap.
  • Pre­cise sen­sors.
  • Large selec­tion of work­outs.

Minus­es

  • Dif­fi­cul­ty con­nect­ing to phones out­side of the Huawei/Honor ecosys­tem.
  • No NFC.
  • No wire­less charg­ing.
  • Can’t install third par­ty apps.

HUAWEI Watch GT 2 Sport 46 mm

The ver­sion with a 46 mm strap turned out to be more strict and at the same time notice­able due to 6

bezel mark­ings.

As before, the clock works long enough offline. The watch received a speak­er, a micro­phone and a built-in stor­age device for stor­ing music in the device’s mem­o­ry.

With the watch, you can stream music direct­ly to your head­phones.

In addi­tion to all the basic func­tions, such as heart rate mon­i­tor, sleep mon­i­tor­ing, pedome­ter, noti­fi­ca­tion alerts, there is a new appli­ca­tion: “breath­ing prac­tices”.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Dis­play: AMOLED touch­screen, 1.39″, 454×454.
  • OS com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS (from 9), Android (from 4.4.).
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • Good call answer­ing fea­ture.
  • Good con­nec­tion with smart­phone.
  • Auton­o­my.
  • Per­cep­ti­ble vibrat­ing alert and good speak­er vol­ume.
  • Rel­a­tive­ly low price.

Minus­es

  • Not a large selec­tion of inter­faces.
  • Low oper­at­ing speed.
  • Unre­al­ized pay­ment sys­tem.

HUAWEI Watch GT 2 Classic 42 mm

1.2 inch clas­sic style smart watch, min­i­mal­is­tic and ele­gant 5

design, weeks of bat­tery life, the abil­i­ty to lis­ten to music and track sports activ­i­ty.

Com­pat­i­ble with Android and iOS. In addi­tion to size and auton­o­my, they dif­fer from the old­er mod­el (46 mm) in that there is no option to use the watch as a Blue­tooth head­set.

Also, the capa­bil­i­ties of the watch have not changed fun­da­men­tal­ly com­pared to its pre­de­ces­sor..

Still here, as in the entire line of these devices, there is no sup­port for third-par­ty appli­ca­tions and a response to mes­sages.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.
  • Screen type: AMOLED, touch, back­lit.
  • Res­o­lu­tion: 390×390.

pros

  • Slim body.
  • Bat­tery capac­i­ty: auton­o­my.
  • Phone search func­tion by clock.
  • Con­ve­nient charg­ing through the dock­ing sta­tion includ­ed (it has a USB‑C con­nec­tor).

Minus­es

  • Not receiv­ing calls (no micro­phone).
  • Thick bezels on the sides.

HUAWEI Watch GT 2 Elegant 42 mm

Despite the fact that these watch­es are not open­ly posi­tioned as wom­en’s watch­es, their appear­ance is clear­ly 7

says that this mod­el is suit­able for women.

It has a clean, sophis­ti­cat­ed design with a dark, min­i­mal­ist dial and a thin, rose gold-tone met­al strap.

The func­tion­al­i­ty here is prac­ti­cal­ly in no way infe­ri­or to the rest of the mod­els in this series: there are sports appli­ca­tions, and nav­i­ga­tion, and noti­fi­ca­tion of noti­fi­ca­tions.

This is one of the high­est qual­i­ty mod­els for 2022.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • OS com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS (from 9), Android (from 4.4).
  • Dis­play type: AMOLED, touch, back­lit.
  • Diag­o­nal: 1.2″.
  • Res­o­lu­tion: 390×390.
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • Styl­ish design.
  • Light­ness: on the hand is almost not felt.
  • Good vibra­tion.
  • Suf­fi­cient­ly broad func­tion­al­i­ty.

Minus­es

  • Lack of a response to noti­fi­ca­tions.
  • There is no pay­ment sys­tem.
  • Not very con­ve­nient dis­play with sev­er­al noti­fi­ca­tions.

The best fitness bracelets from Huawei

Unlike smart watch­es, fit­ness bracelets are com­plete­ly depen­dent on the smart­phone and have basic func­tion­al­i­ty. In gen­er­al, fit­ness bracelets are suit­able for those who only need to track basic phys­i­cal indi­ca­tors and for those who do not want to spend a lot on such devices.

HUAWEI Band 4

This mod­el has a USB charg­ing port. Bat­tery pro­vides 6 to 9 days four

bat­tery life.

Below the dis­play is the only touch but­ton used to con­trol the device.

The user has access to nine sports modes that track activ­i­ty and tar­gets.

You can also view noti­fi­ca­tions from your smart­phone about calls and var­i­ous appli­ca­tions on the screen.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • OS Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: Android.
  • Min­i­mum sup­port­ed Android ver­sion: 4.4.
  • Dis­play type: LCD, touch, back­lit.
  • Diag­o­nal: 0.96″.

pros

  • Lots of dif­fer­ent screen saver options.
  • Play­er man­age­ment.
  • Ease of wear­ing.
  • Responds quick­ly to move­ments.

Minus­es

  • Bad strap fas­ten­ing.
  • When the mode is turned on, the train­ing does not receive calls, SMS and does not show the time.
  • Pedome­ter error.

HUAWEI Band 3

The basis of this fit­ness bracelet is a 0.95-inch AMOLED col­or dis­play. This four

the mod­el is suit­able for dai­ly mon­i­tor­ing of phys­i­cal activ­i­ty and train­ing, includ­ing run­ning and swim­ming, as it is water­proof.

Work with­out recharg­ing this gad­get is up to twelve days.

The func­tion­al­i­ty of the bracelet includes the fol­low­ing appli­ca­tions: mon­i­tor­ing heart rate, num­ber of steps tak­en and calo­ries burned, sleep mon­i­tor­ing, phone search, remote cam­era con­trol (for Huawei phones), as well as show­ing noti­fi­ca­tions about incom­ing calls, SMS, email, mes­sages in instant mes­sen­gers.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Res­o­lu­tion touch screen
  • OS com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS (from 9), Android (from 4.4).
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • Com­mu­ni­ca­tion with the phone is not lost.
  • Auton­o­my.
  • Good vibra­tion feed­back.
  • Not a com­pli­cat­ed soft­ware inter­face.

Minus­es

  • Sol­id strap, does not fit to the hand.
  • The pedome­ter is not always accu­rate.
  • Few watch faces to choose from.

HUAWEI Band 3 Pro

Uni­ver­sal mod­el with col­or touch dis­play. Func­tion­al­ly eight

The gad­get is almost in no way infe­ri­or to pro­fes­sion­al mod­els.

In par­tic­u­lar, the track­er from Huawei got the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be in water at a depth of up to fifty meters and not fail.

There is also a round-the-clock mon­i­tor­ing of heart rate and res­pi­ra­tion, a run­ning instruc­tor, sleep track­ing, call and mes­sage noti­fi­ca­tions from a smart­phone..

This mod­el, unlike the usu­al HUAWEI Band 3, has sup­port for nav­i­ga­tion sen­sors, includ­ing GPS.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • AMOLED touch­screen.
  • Diag­o­nal: 0.95″.
  • Res­o­lu­tion: 120×240.
  • com­pat­i­bil­i­ty with Android (from 4.4), iOS (from 9).

pros

  • Com­fort­ably sits on the hand.
  • Smart alarm clock.
  • Auton­o­my.
  • The abil­i­ty to start work­outs direct­ly from the bracelet.

Minus­es

  • Does not count steps when the hand is fixed.
  • Weak vibra­tion.
  • Heart rate mea­sure­ments are not accu­rate dur­ing intense phys­i­cal activ­i­ty.

HUAWEI Band 4 Pro

The Huawei Band 4 Pro bracelet works great not only when paired with a smart­phone, but also eight

on one’s own.

This mod­el has a GPS mod­ule, a heart rate sen­sor and an IR sen­sor that mon­i­tors body tem­per­a­ture dur­ing exer­cise, and is also used to cal­cu­late calo­ries burned.

In gen­er­al, this gad­get is well suit­ed for sports activ­i­ties: the AMOLED dis­play has suf­fi­cient res­o­lu­tion for com­fort­able use, and the oper­at­ing sys­tem has many fea­tures and capa­bil­i­ties.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Screen diag­o­nal: 0.95″.
  • Res­o­lu­tion: 120×240.
  • OS Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS, Android.
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • Holds a charge for a long time.
  • Com­fort­able to wear.
  • Large selec­tion of work­out types.
  • Music man­age­ment.

Minus­es

  • Inac­cu­rate read­ings on the pedome­ter and heart rate mon­i­tor.
  • The play­er dis­ap­pears from time to time.
  • It is not pos­si­ble to put anoth­er screen.

HUAWEI Band 4e Basketball Wizard Edition

Mono­chrome POLED fit­ness track­er with advanced fea­tures for run­ners and ten

bas­ket­ball play­ers, includ­ing a six-axis motion sen­sor, run­ning para­me­ters track­ing, bas­ket­ball train­ing mode, pro­fes­sion­al analy­sis and selec­tion of tech­nique rec­om­men­da­tions, etc..

Also, the bracelet pro­vides the pos­si­bil­i­ty of wear­ing it both on the arm and on the leg or sneak­er, which ensures greater mea­sure­ment accu­ra­cy dur­ing run­ning and bas­ket­ball train­ing.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • OS Com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: Android.
  • Min­i­mum sup­port­ed Android ver­sion: 4.4.
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • The work­out report shows the exact dis­tance.
  • Good func­tion­al­i­ty for run­ners and bas­ket­ball play­ers.

Minus­es

  • Small screen.
  • The pro­gram some­times goes to sleep and los­es con­nec­tion.

HUAWEI Band 2 Pro

The design of this track­er is made in a more clas­sic style than all the pre­vi­ous ones: 7

the mono­chrome screen goes well with the black strap.

All fea­tures of the bracelet are typ­i­cal and famil­iar to wear­able elec­tron­ics. Here and full pro­tec­tion from dust and mois­ture, and heart rate mon­i­tor­ing, and breath­ing records, and sleep track­ing, and a silent alarm clock, and a calo­rie cal­cu­la­tor, and the usu­al step counter.

The bracelet also has a full-fledged GPS sen­sor, thanks to which you can improve the accu­ra­cy of cal­cu­lat­ing the dis­tance trav­eled and reflect the entire path on the map.

Char­ac­ter­is­tics:

  • Dis­play type: mono­chrome, touch P‑OLED, 0.91″, 128×32.
  • OS com­pat­i­bil­i­ty: iOS (from 8), Android (from 4.4).
  • Water pro­tec­tion class: WR50.

pros

  • Very com­fort­able.
  • Accu­rate mea­sure­ment of heart rate and sleep.
  • Design.
  • Func­tion­al­i­ty.

Minus­es

  • Man­u­fac­tur­ing qual­i­ty.
  • No sync with account
  • With a track­er, the charge is bare­ly enough for 3 days.