The Huawei Watch series has undergone a series of changes over the years. From the first-gen glitzy-looking Watch – which we thought was just too massive – through to the second-generation Watch 2 Sport – which, as its name suggests, focused on the sports-tracking side of things – the Chinese company has been considering its position for some years.
Its latest answer? The Huawei Watch GT, a third-generation device of sorts, which ditches Google’s Wear OS (formerly Android Wear, as per the two previous devices above) in favour of Huawei’s LiteOS software. The reason being simple: battery life. With a charge lasting for up to a purported 30 days, has Huawei cracked the do-it-all smart sportswatch?
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