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Huawei Watch Fit 3 now in SA

Consumer group Huawei unpacked a sterling Huawei watch Fit 3 in middle east last week.

The good news is that the Huawei Watch Fit 3 is now available in South Africa, bringing an interestingly square shape into the South African market.

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What do we know?

Huawei’s Watch Fit 3 may just be the underdog and everyone loves the underdog as they always appear to be on an upward growth trajectory.

Huawei’s Watch Fit 3 brings forward not just looks but efficient health monitoring know-how.

There’s an expansive 1.82-inch screen under what Huawei describes as a hybrid AMOLED display with a peak brightness of 1500 nits.

There’s definitely a shift in design from Huawei and this shows, as we spotted a more narrow bezel alongside an interesting 77.4% screen-to-body ratio to deliver an immersive screen.

There’s definitely a shift in design to bring forward a slim and more appealing look for the Watch Fit 3. The con here is that we have seen this type of design before. This is not necessarily a bad thing.

A design that works always means more competitors will adopt a working recipe. While there may be design similarities with a certain competitor, competition focus then has to shift to what’s under the hood.

What’s under the face?

That’s where we spot an interesting personality from Huawei’s Watch Fit 3. An impressive battery life is the Watch Fit 3’s biggest selling point as the watch supports up to 10 days on a single charge. A typical battery usage lasts around seven days and this is coupled with quick charging capability to allow a full days’ charge in just 10 minutes.

Advanced monitoring is a word Huawei edges forward as one of the Huawei Watch Fit3’s other selling points when it comes to its health features.

The latest TruSleep 4.0 science based sleep tracker provides users with a meticulous sleep data tracking while TruSeen 5.5 health monitoring looks at heart rate monitoring.

The watch also comes with an integrated menstrual cycle management feature that provides a life cycle system that makes information about menstrual cycles readily accessible and easy to understand.

The watch is available at authorized partners and operators.  It retails at R 2 999 from Huawei’s online store or monthly payments of R 79 over 24 months.

Also read: Honor’s growth in Chinese market in Q1

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