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Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro review

SShock, 5 hours agoI would appreciate if reviewers would mention if AOD has fixed pre-defined faces or AOD uses t… moreThank you for your input, will put it into consideration in future reviews.

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LoneOwl, 2 hours agoAnother disappointing smartwatch from Huawei.

+It is very beautiful
+great build quality
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Ok I will. Little correct you,

Cellular – watch 3 /pro. They has GT line never had cellular

Reply to messages is not right you can reply to all messages include whattsapp, telegram, sms.etc (right now only email can’t reply but you can read part or email)

Then yes 43mm could have better battery but I seen you even didn’t try Samsung watch 4. Believe me if and really if you lucky that you will have 1.5 day on battery. And watch 4 you should compare to huawei watch 3/3pro they are in same group not GT lines.

Rest is just everyone sugestion. Material is one of best and thst of course cost more.

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it is just nice decor but no use whatsoever..

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Another disappointing smartwatch from Huawei.

+It is very beautiful

+great build quality

And the positives stop there.

-No cellular connectivity

-You cant reply to messages or download apps from what looks like

-Very small battery for the 43mm

-quite heavy, which is not good for activities

-very expensive

So in general its a very expensive-smartwatch looking-smartband with top notch build quality and with harmonyOS(only a fiew have outside of Asia nowadays).

Those who are looking for a true smartwatch will probably look for a Samsung Watch 4 or Apple Watch(android and Ios options).

Those who are looking for great build quality, good battery and smartwatch looking smartband capabilities, they will probably look for a GT2/pro or Xiaomi S1.

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Just me, 4 hours agoI have Huawei Watch 3 and whe situations with AOD here is as follows:
Most of the pre-install… more
Yeah, this kind of insight you just provided would be great in reviews. So it depends on watch face to provide AOD version and if there isn’t any, it’ll use a predefined one. Ok.

Apple watch doesn’t really have an option to download entirely different ones, but you can create your own by adjusting almost everything and that then also translates directly into identical but darker AOD mode. It’s really odd how everyone puts nearly zero time into AOD “review”. Everyone just says “it has one and it affects battery a lot”. Yeah, that’s not really helpful. I already know it affects it a lot, but you didn’t tell me anything about it. Hell, for most watches they don’t even mention it, just go on about wrist twisting feature that activates it which I think is just stupid and ugly having blank watch on the wrist…

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SShock, 5 hours agoI would appreciate if reviewers would mention if AOD has fixed pre-defined faces or AOD uses t… moreI have Huawei Watch 3 and whe situations with AOD here is as follows:

Most of the pre-installed watch faces (and many of the downloadable ones) have light version for the AOD, cleaning the interface and replacing white parts with dark and dimming it a bit.

If some of the faces don’t have their AOD version, then you have the choice between handful pre-loaded AOE faces (sadly no way to download more of these).

I think this would be the situation with Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro as well, but I agree with you that should be part of the review, since the look is important for most people looking for smartwatch and the watchfaces (and their AOD counterparts) are a significant part of that.

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TLDR so huge brick on your wrist will give you 4-5 days of proper use with AOD (probably unreadable uncustomizable dim), in the smaller version even less, maybe 2-3 days, what an amazing battery life charging watch minimum twice a week to use them as watch

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Very weak review software and function-wise. Design I can see. But I need to know how it behaves, how many watchfaces are they and how they look, etc etc etc..

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I would appreciate if reviewers would mention if AOD has fixed pre-defined faces or AOD uses the same watch face as active display and is fully configurable, just dimmed a bit. Main reason I don’t like most smartwatches is that when they go into AOD mode, they change the watch face to some different predefined one which looks nothing like the active watch face. And it’s really annoying because NO ONE tells this in reviews. It was just dumb luck that Apple Watch 5 happens to have full on AOD mode where watch face doesn’t change at all between active and AOD mode and I really like that. It’s always the same, it only turns large white surfaces into black ones, but it doesn’t change anything else and I really like that because watch face is always the one I “designed” and has info on it that I picked. I’m using AOD without wrist detection, so it’s not activating my display on wrist motion, but I still have watch face glowing on the display at all times. I still get actual 24 hour battery life out of roughly 85-90% charge.

The other day I was fiddling with an Amazfit T-Rex which is a pretty nice watch actually (has a Casio G-Shock vibe), but it only has 2 AOD watch faces that don’t resemble ANY of the active watch faces. You can only pick between Digital and Analog and that’s it. No configuration or choices, just 2 fixed options. When it goes to AOD mode, it just has that fixed watch face, digital or analog. Granted, it costs like 1/3 of Apple Watch, but still.

No need for super long details (although appreciated), just mention for every smartwatch review if AOD watch faces are fixed predefined ones or they are the same as active display. That would tell me everything that I need to know about AOD.

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Great review, but I’m sorry to say I don’t agree with you in the easy recommendation, to me the Huawei watch GT 3 (which I own btw) is better than the pro version . Maybe not in material but definitely the size and the weight the Huawei watch GT 3 is better than the pro .

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