The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Ceramic offers a more delicate take on the smartwatch and is likely aimed more at a female audience. The dial becomes slightly smaller at 42.9 mm. The AMOLED screen has therefore also been reduced by a tenth of an inch and comes out at 1.32 inches. The panel will have the same resolution and the screen itself is also made of sapphire glass.
Aside from the design and dimensions, the only noticeable difference between the ceramic and titanium editions is the battery life. The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Titanium has an almost double maximum battery life of about 14 days, while the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Ceramic pales in comparison to just 7 days of comparable use.
Huawei has done its best to implement a number of features based on health monitoring, such as arterial stiffness detection, SpO2 monitoring and menstrual cycle management. Similar options can be found in most premium smartwatches.
The only thing that’s out of the ordinary is the promise for “medical-grade ECG analysis,” which can only be found in specific wearables aimed at sane users. There’s a catch, though – the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro has only received ECG certification in a limited number of countries, all outside the US and EU.
Prices and availability
At this time, pricing and availability information is limited to the UK market. In the UK, the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Titanium Edition will be available from May 30 and will cost £299.99. The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Ceramic Edition will be available a little later – on June 8, and prices start from £429.99. Both editions are available for pre-order starting today.