Huawei Watch 3 and FreeBuds 4, betting on the high-end in wearables

The Asian company has made an international presentation in which it has allowed us to take a preliminary look at the news that will arrive in the next quarter. Soon we will have the possibility to bring you an in-depth analysis of all these devices, in the meantime we will tell you what their news is.

Huawei turns the market upside down with the new Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro accompanied by the best sound with its TWS FreeBuds 4 headphones. Let's see what all the improvements that Huawei promises with its new devices consist of and if it is really worth betting on all these news.

Huawei Watch 3 and Watch 3 Pro

We start with the new watch from the Asian company, it adopts a circular design with a slightly more refined construction. It will continue to be accompanied by a mechanical button, although this time they have included a circular "crown" that will allow us to interact with HarmonyOS 2 as Operating System. Both will mount a panel 1,43 ″ AMOLED with 1000 nits, while the "Pro" version will have sapphire crystal.

Hi6262 will be the processor that takes care of the work along with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of total storage. We will have 4G connectivity through eSIM, heart rate monitor, blood oxygen sensor, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.2 and of course NFC. This will allow us to review many parameters, as well as follow our training through GPS, which will be dual channel in the case of the Pro version. We still do not have an official launch date or an estimated price.

Huawei FreeBuds 4

The fourth generation of the brand's most popular headphones arrive with an interesting color and a very recognizable charging case. Huawei has now made them more compact, lighter and in theory more powerful. They will offer Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and a 30 mAh battery for each earbud with 410 mAh in the charging case.

In this way we will have 4 hours of autonomy in the headphones and 20 more hours in the case. We can connect them to two devices at the same time thanks to the dual connection with only 90 ms of latency. You now have a Active Noise Cancellation much more powerful up to 25 dB despite not having isolation devices. It also inherits the functionality of the FreeBuds 3 and its connectivity.

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