On the lighthouse route.. When traveling along the West Coast of France you‘ll find many icons of the sea. In fact the coastlines of Brittany have the highest concentration of lighthouses in the world. 🌊
Captured on my #HuaweiP30Pro @HuaweiMobileDe #HFK#HuaweiFotoKonsortium
In this post we are talking about the Huawei Watch GT
I immediately notice the lightweight of the smartwatch. The watch case is also thinner than I'm used to from Huawei. However, the Watch GT has the same style as its predecessors in appearance. The smartwatches look like normal watches by border with printed numbers and 2 physical buttons. Unfortunately, the edge has no function, so I think the cabinet is unnecessarily on the large side. I can imagine that this looks less big on a broader wrist. The Huawei Watch GT is available in two versions. I use the Sport variant. The Huawei Watch GT has functionalities that are characteristic of both a smart watch and a sports watch. The Watch GT has various sport profiles, a built-in heart rate sensor and GPS. When I swipe the dial to the right, you pass watchfaces where you can view the progress of your movement goals or the weather. If I swipe from bottom to top, I see if I have received a new message or missed call on my smartphone. Where the other smartwatches from Huawei run on Android, the Watch GT runs on LiteOS: Huawei's own operating system. Thanks to this operating system, Huawei claims that the battery lasts up to 14 hours in smartwatch modes. This is when you wear the watch while it is connected to your smartphone and you occasionally receive a notification. Do you always want to have the screen on? Then the battery lasts 7 days. If you also use the GPS sensor, for example during exercise, the battery lasts 22 hours.
This was everything, I thought this was a very good watch especially for a price of 129 euros. Super cheap. My points for this is Technology_and_Stuff: 8.5 / 10. Super good watch for a low price. Soon about the successor of Huawei Watch GT, the Huawei Watch GT 2.