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- The Huawei Watch 3 is rumored to launch in May.
- It may get Harmony OS UI and eSIM support.
- It’s additionally tipped to come back with some new AI-based exercise modes.
Huawei may quickly launch a successor to its 2017 Wear OS smartwatch. According to a Weibo tipster (by way of HuaweiCentral), the Huawei Watch 3 is about to launch in May. However, it gained’t pack Google’s working system for wearables. It may not even get Huawei’s personal Lite OS that runs on units just like the Huawei Watch GT 2 and GT 2 Pro.
The tipster means that the Huawei Watch 3 will get a model new Harmony OS UI. It’s unclear whether or not the change is restricted to the consumer interface or if it’s a model new smartwatch OS based mostly on Harmony OS.
Nevertheless, this isn’t the primary time we’re listening to in regards to the so-called Huawei Watch 3. Previously, recognized tipster Rodent950 additionally posted some UI renders of what Harmony OS may seem like on the upcoming machine.
Further, the smartwatch can also be anticipated to support eSIM connectivity. That means it ought to be capable of make and obtain telephone calls impartial of a smartphone, in contrast to Huawei’s GT sequence watches that use the telephone as a supply of mobile connectivity.
The tipster additionally revealed that the wearable will add support for extra third-party apps and get some new AI-based exercise modes.
Of course, all this info is unconfirmed for the second as a result of Huawei hasn’t introduced something formally. Even the Weibo tipster just isn’t somebody we often depend on for ideas so take every part right here with a pinch of salt. We’ll replace this text if and once we hear extra in regards to the Huawei Watch 3.