Huawei watch GT4 series, for him and her, prices revealed

Caption: Peter Feng, Huawei South Africa’s Consumer Business Groups, General Manager.

Celebrating 10 years of innovation on its wearable devices consumer group Huawei introduces its Huawei watch GT4 series as part of its ten-year wearable device technology anniversary.

So Huawei introduced a wearable device series that they hope will tick all boxes when it comes to selecting a wearable device.

Attempting a one-size-fits-all approach, Huawei’s latest series, ticks the fitness box, the style box, and now the two-week-long battery long life box.

A device that is both scientific and stylish is a challenge for most brands, and Huawei’s Vice President of Operations Akhram Mohamed says health has taken a front seat to most consumers since the pandemic and technology must be at the forefront.

In 2014, Huawei entered the wearables market with a two-in-one smart band. Fast forward to ten years later, the brand has expanded its smart wearables portfolio with several smart bands, smartwatches, and more.

The latest series delivers unique product design, premium materials, and a wearable portfolio which offers consumers a range of different wearable devices suitable for any individual.

From cycling to swimming all through to hiking the new Huawei GT 4 series delivers over 100 plus workout modes.

Everyone is different and the latest Huawei GT4 for him and her, makes recommendations due to its satellite antenna coupled with AI functionality, which acts as the coach every athlete needs when tacking their own goals.

From chasing burnt calories the Huawei Watch GT 4 comes in 46 mm circumference and lasts up to 14 days of maximum battery life, which technically is around 8 days of battery life.

For the Huawei Watch GT 4 41mm version, which is the female version,  you get a full week’s battery life.

The devices are compatible with both Android and iOS and promise to deliver style, great aesthetics, up to two weeks battery life, new activity rings, a new satellite antenna, SP02, heart rate monitoring, and a watch that promises to deliver a great experience.

Pre-orders are available from today and the watch is available from 6 October for R 6 999.

Available on post-paid from R199 X 24 months.

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