Huawei Unveils WATCH GT 4 Smartwatch – 46mm and 41mm Sizes, Up to 14-Day Battery

Huawei aims to capture fitness enthusiasts with its latest smartwatch – the marathon-ready Huawei WATCH GT 4 now available for pre-order.

Arriving in 41mm and 46mm size options, the GT 4 touts an array of upgrades to entice activity-focused consumers.

The 46mm variant packs a 1.43-inch AMOLED display while the 41mm option measures 1.32-inches. Both support smooth animations with over 25,000 dynamic watch faces to showcase health stats and sensor data.

Huawei WATCH GT 4

New menstrual cycle tracking provides daily guidance optimized around cycles, while TruSeen 5.5 heart rate monitoring promises more accurate results and extended 14-day battery life.

Over 100 workout modes are supported with auto-detection for common activities like runs, swims, and cycling. An all-new “Activity Circle” feature allows users to set standing, exercise, and general activity goals and track progress through circular visualizations.

With up to 14 days of endurance on the 46mm model, the WATCH GT 4 is built to go the distance. Integrated music storage and playback allow phone-free listening atop 100+ playlists tied to specific workouts.

The stainless steel GT 4 models are rugged too with 5 ATM water resistance and sapphire glass protecting the AMOLED displays. Dual-band GPS provides accurate real-time pace monitoring for outdoor activities.

Pre-orders are now open on Huawei’s online store starting at 249 euros. The WATCH GT 4 will appeal to users focused on fitness tracking in sleek but durable smartwatch packaging. With muscular hardware endurance and advanced monitoring, it’s a compelling option in the running and activity watch space.

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