Huawei Watch 3 is the first smartwatch to come with HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system. The watch features a round dial system and two functional buttons with third-party support. So what exactly has changed in the Watch GT 3 smartwatch? Let us know about some information.
The Huawei Watch GT 3 has the same operating system but with a slightly higher version of HarmonyOS 2 – HarmonyOS 2.1. This variant is rumored to arrive on the smartphone and has been mentioned in our reports for a long time.
HarmonyOS 2.1 vs HarmonyOS 2.0:
However, we have some official information on the matter. Before that, we need to understand the difference between the Watch 3 and the Watch GT3 series. Watch 3 is a flagship smartwatch and Watch GT3 is a professional health and fitness smartwatch.
In terms of functionality, Huawei Watch GT 3 HarmonyOS 2.1 further enhances the HarmonyOS experience on consumers’ wrists and extends the lightweight Huaewi AppGallery features, and enhances the all-scenarios delivered experience in smart travel as well as a daily routine.
This new smartwatch focuses on fitness management and professional health based on extra-long battery life. The Watch 3 series, on the other hand, features a complete smart user experience guided by a new distributed and independent connectivity, which provides greater convenience to enable interaction between other HarmonyOS devices.
So in terms of a user interface, the Watch GT3 Series keeps the round dial on and gives you a better user experience with enhanced features that cover all aspects of health and fitness powered by HarmonyOS 2.1.
The latest HarmonyOS 2.1 for the Watch GT3 series brings rich API capabilities to provide you with a better third-party app experience as mentioned by the company.
Meanwhile, there is no confirmation on whether Huawei is planning to ship HarmonyOS 2.1 for its smartphones.