The Huawei Watch GT4 has just been announced. Yes, Android-powered smartwatches are still a thing. These new Watch GT4 models might just be the slickest they have ever been.
The main differentiator between the two different variants is battery life – you get more with the bigger one. But it is also somewhat obvious that Huawei intended for the Watch GT4 to have “his and hers” options for those who might want one or the other – or both.
There are two stylish trims for the Watch GT4: 46mm with a so-called Octogonal Design, as well as 41mm with a Pendant Design. Both units come with better Always-On Display features, an assortment of sensors and algorithms to gather more accurate user data, and more improved health tracking.
Compared to the Watch GT3, the new mdoels are said to offer up to 20 percent more battery life. More specifically, the 46mm variant can last up to a maximum of 14 days battery life (4 days with the Always-On Display turned on), while the 41mm variant can go for a maximum of up to 7 days of battery life per full charge.
Both Android and iOS phones are supported, so these should work no matter what type of phone you use. As for pricing, both units are expected to retail for around €250 or around Php 15,100. More accurate info on local units may soon appear on Huawei’s social media pages or online stores, so watch out for those.