These days’ smartwatches allow a wide range of customizations, such as swapping bands or changing watch faces, which give these devices a personal touch. But Huawei took customization to another level in its latest smartwatch, the Watch GT Cyber, at MWC this year. The most attractive feature of this watch is its ability to allow users to customize the watch in seconds using interchangeable cases. The Huawei Watch GT introduced a one-of-a-kind interchangeable case that users can swap out in seconds. Huawei refers to this as the Smart Movement as the case can be changed in seconds for a new look. The watch’s main selling point is its customizability, which puts it ahead of other smartwatches that only allow users to swap bands. Huawei has introduced two Watch GT Cyber editions: an Urban Edition in Golden Black made of ceramic and steel and a Sport Edition in Midnight Black or Space Grey made of a composite material.
The Huawei Watch GT Cyber flaunts a 1.32-inch AMOLED display with a display resolution of 466 x 466 pixels. It has standard sensors such as a gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer, and optical heart rate sensor, as well as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The watch is waterproof to 5ATM and can sustain battery life for up to seven days on a single charge. Like the Watch GT 3 Pro, the smartwatch supports wireless charging. Coming on to the software, the Huawei Watch GT Cyber is powered by HarmonyOS 2.0, which includes the company’s suite of fitness features such as Huawei’s TruSeen technology, which monitors a person’s heart rate in real time or even while they are sleeping. It also has numerous workout modes available. The Huawei Watch GT Cyber can be paired with an Android or iOS device using the Huawei Health app.
The Huawei Watch GT Cyber Sports Edition will cost 1,288 Yuan (Rs.15,353), while the Urban Edition will retail for 1,488 Yuan (Rs.17,732). While the watch is already available in China and some parts of Southeast Asia, Huawei has not stated when it will be available in India.