• Huawei Watch GT
  • Huawei Watch GT
  • Huawei Watch GT

Specs / Features


Specification

Brand Huawei
Release date 16-October-2018
Size 4.65 x 4.65 x 1.06 cm (1.8 x 1.8 x 0.4 in)
Weight 46 grams
(1.62 ounces)

Critic Reviews


G Style Magazine

A well-crafted smartwatch that is excellent for battery and workouts

from G Style Magazine

Design wise I’m fond of the build with it being lightweight, waterproof and its display shines thanks to its thin bezel. Software wise LiteOS works in regards to its built-in workout regimes and sleep tracking but falters in giving you more accessibility in the area of notifications and 3rd par...More

Design wise I’m fond of the build with it being lightweight, waterproof and its display shines thanks to its thin bezel. Software wise LiteOS works in regards to its built-in workout regimes and sleep tracking but falters in giving you more accessibility in the area of notifications and 3rd party app support. Its best feat realistically is its 2-week battery life.

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PhoneArena

Looks good and tracks fitness well

from PhoneArena

The Huawei Watch GT knows what it is and knows what it isn’t and does well not to step outside of itself. Focusing on fitness first, Huawei’s decision to use its own proprietary OS allows the Watch GT to do right by fitness fans with streamlined, yet complete information readily available an...More

The Huawei Watch GT knows what it is and knows what it isn’t and does well not to step outside of itself. Focusing on fitness first, Huawei’s decision to use its own proprietary OS allows the Watch GT to do right by fitness fans with streamlined, yet complete information readily available and battery life that ensures the Watch GT is always up for the task.

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Gadgetbyte

A line between fitness bands and smartwatches

from Gadgetbyte

This is one great looking buffed-up fitness tracker with some smartwatch features and excellent battery life. But it still leaves some features to be desired. So, for me, it’s not a complete smartwatch, yet. Therefore, this is a line between fitness trackers and smartwatches.

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This is one great looking buffed-up fitness tracker with some smartwatch features and excellent battery life. But it still leaves some features to be desired. So, for me, it’s not a complete smartwatch, yet. Therefore, this is a line between fitness trackers and smartwatches.

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Phandroid

More fitness tracker, less smartwatch

from Phandroid

Despite the lack of a true operating system, you can’t discount just how good the Watch GT looks. I love pretty much everything about the device from how well the body has stood up to abuse, the continued shine, down to the excellent included band. If this watch ran Wear OS, I’d recommend it...More

Despite the lack of a true operating system, you can’t discount just how good the Watch GT looks. I love pretty much everything about the device from how well the body has stood up to abuse, the continued shine, down to the excellent included band. If this watch ran Wear OS, I’d recommend it immediately, even if it didn’t get two weeks of battery life as it does now. But until then, the Huawei Watch GT is simply a fancy fitness tracker disguised as a smartwatch.

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SlashGear

It’s metal, has a top-notch display, does the basics

from SlashGear

It’s by no means the most powerful or feature-full smartwatch, but it’s also one of the least expensive right out the gate. At approximately $200, the Huawei Watch GT is a decent proposal of a smartwatch indeed.

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It’s by no means the most powerful or feature-full smartwatch, but it’s also one of the least expensive right out the gate. At approximately $200, the Huawei Watch GT is a decent proposal of a smartwatch indeed.

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ZDNet

Advanced sleep tracking, GPS, and long battery life in a traditional watch form factor

from ZDNet

The hardware is fantastic, battery life is great, sleep tracking may be the best available on a wearable, and GPS has shown itself as fast and accurate. Overall, the Huawei Watch GT is a great choice for $200, but I would like to see the ability to export or share data with other services since t...More

The hardware is fantastic, battery life is great, sleep tracking may be the best available on a wearable, and GPS has shown itself as fast and accurate. Overall, the Huawei Watch GT is a great choice for $200, but I would like to see the ability to export or share data with other services since the ecosystem is pretty closed with little help from family and friends to help motivate you to achieve your goals.

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Talk Android

A smartwatch for people that hate smartwatches

from Talk Android

If we’re being totally honest about the Watch GT, it’s not a smartwatch. Huawei has crafted a fitness tracker and put it in a smartwatch’s clothing, but you’re fundamentally not getting any more functionality than a cheaper Fitbit or something. With that being said, if that’s what you’re looking for, this is a pretty compelling package.

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If we’re being totally honest about the Watch GT, it’s not a smartwatch. Huawei has crafted a fitness tracker and put it in a smartwatch’s clothing, but you’re fundamentally not getting any more functionality than a cheaper Fitbit or something. With that being said, if that’s what you’re looking for, this is a pretty compelling package.

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Neowin

Great battery life, but lacking on features

from Neowin

The Huawei Watch GT is for people that want great battery life and great fitness tracking, with a touch of style. Unfortunately, it misses out on some of the key smartwatch features that I've come to know and love from watchOS and Wear OS, such as music playback and navigation. An always-on display would help as well.

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The Huawei Watch GT is for people that want great battery life and great fitness tracking, with a touch of style. Unfortunately, it misses out on some of the key smartwatch features that I've come to know and love from watchOS and Wear OS, such as music playback and navigation. An always-on display would help as well.

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Gear Diary

A few trade-offs provide amazing battery life and sleep tracking

from Gear Diary

The Huawei Watch GT is a great looking smartwatch that will give you notifications, the weather on your wrist, your steps, exercises, and heart rate as well as in-depth sleep tracking; it also tells the time. The pay-off of much better battery life makes the Watch GT a great choice for people who...More

The Huawei Watch GT is a great looking smartwatch that will give you notifications, the weather on your wrist, your steps, exercises, and heart rate as well as in-depth sleep tracking; it also tells the time. The pay-off of much better battery life makes the Watch GT a great choice for people who want to wear an attractive timepiece that can do more.

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Good Gear Guide

Battery life isn't everything

from Good Gear Guide

It’s just a shame that, beyond the battery life, the design and execution here is Huawei Watch GT is so mediocre and by-the-numbers. If Huawei really wants to put their engineering muscle behind the smartwatch category, I’m all for it. But they also need to bring with them some creative think...More

It’s just a shame that, beyond the battery life, the design and execution here is Huawei Watch GT is so mediocre and by-the-numbers. If Huawei really wants to put their engineering muscle behind the smartwatch category, I’m all for it. But they also need to bring with them some creative thinking. Success in the smartwatch space isn’t just about matching or beating the numbers brought to bear by the competition.

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