HUAWEI WATCH GT Coming Soon To Malaysia — Price Starts From RM899
HUAWEI has revealed that their new wearable, the HUAWEI WATCH GT is coming soon here to our shore in Malaysia.
HUAWEI WATCH GT Coming To Malaysia
Designed for today”s urban explorers, the watch features a classic wristwatch design, a big battery life, low power consumption as well as sophisticated activity tracking and fitness coaching features.
With the new watch from HUAWEI, it addresses one of the most common weak points of wearables, battery life. The watch is said to provide a two-week battery life longer than any wearable in the market today, well at least the company has stated.
It uses an innovative power-saving algorithm that enables it to dynamically switch between performance and efficiency modes, depending on your activity for maximum battery life. This features allows the smart watch to stay powered for up to two weeks for frequent use mode.
As for its sports activity tracking, it can help in a wide array of sports such as indoor exercises, outdoor running, mountain climbing to name a few. The smart watch can help you keep track of your performance by giving you a professional assessment through the measurement of calories burned, heart-rate, distance, speed, and accumulative climbing and falling patterns.
It also comes in with barometer, compass, and altitude tools to assist you in your mountainous hikes and there’s also a 3D distance feature that helps in the discovery of trails to your favorite sites among others.
The watch can monitor your heat rate with its TruSeen 3.0 heart rate technology. It gives feedback in real time with precision, where it can also use invisible lights to monitor users’ heart rate during their sleep.
There are two variants of the HUAWEI WATCH GT, Classic and Sport, where the former comes with a RM999 price tag and the latter being at RM899. The HUAWEI WATCH GT will be available from 6th November 2018 here in Malaysia and you can get them at HUAWEI Experience Stores and HUAWEI Online Store
Pokdepinion: Well the HUAWEI WATCH GT doesn’t look too shabby, if I do say so myself. Though, I can’t imagine myself on buying a RM999 watch. Reason being, I simply just can’t afford it.