HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 to launch in the Philippines: Elegant design with pro-level health features

A mini health coach on your wrist.

HUAWEI is set to launch its latest smartwatch, the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4, in the Philippines on October 5, 2023. The new wearable boasts a unique geometric design, a larger AMOLED screen, and a host of pro-level health management functions.

The company has been teasing the device on its official Facebook page, where you can also watch the livestream of the launch event on October 5 at 7 pm.

HUAWEI Watch GT 4 46mm Stainless Steel
HUAWEI Watch GT 4 46mm Stainless Steel

The HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 comes in two sizes: 41mm and 46mm, with different color options for the straps and the cases. The watch features an octagonal bezel design for the 46 mm size and a floating pendant design for the 41 mm, both of which give a distinctive and elegant look. The watch also has a rotating crown and a side button, which allow users to easily navigate the interface and access various functions.

The watch has a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 466×466 pixels and a pixel density of 326 PPI. The screen offers a vivid and clear display, with an always-on option for convenience. Users can also customize the watch faces with their own photos, widgets, and color schemes, or choose from over 25,000 watch faces available on the HUAWEI Health app.

HUAWEI Watch GT 4 41mm
HUAWEI Watch GT 4 41mm Silver Two Tone

One of the main highlights of the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 is its pro-level health management features, which include:

  • A new Stay Fit app, which helps users keep track of their calorie intake and expenditure, as well as their calorie deficit or surplus. The app uses HUAWEI TruSeen™ 5.5+ technology to measure the user’s heart rate and oxygen saturation during exercise and daily activities.
  • An upgraded heart rate monitor, which alerts users when their heart rate deviates from their target zone, and also detects potential arrhythmia risks such as atrial fibrillation and premature beats.
  • A sleep monitor, which tracks the user’s sleep quality and duration, as well as their breathing patterns during sleep. The monitor also provides suggestions for improving sleep habits and preventing sleep disorders.
  • A women’s health tracker, which estimates the user’s menstrual cycle, ovulation period, and fertile window based on physiological data and a deep learning algorithm.
  • A stress monitor, which measures the user’s stress level and provides relaxation exercises to help them cope.
  • A body temperature sensor, which monitors the user’s body temperature throughout the day and alerts them of any abnormal changes.

The HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 also supports over 200 fitness courses and more than 100 workout modes, including indoor and outdoor activities such as running, cycling, swimming, hiking, yoga, and more. The watch can automatically detect and record the user’s workouts, as well as provide real-time guidance and feedback. It also has a smart satellite antenna array and a positioning algorithm, which enhance the accuracy of the GNSS signals by 30% and improve the route tracking performance.

The smartwatch has a long battery life of up to two weeks on a single charge, thanks to its low-power consumption chipset and intelligent power-saving algorithm. It also supports wireless charging, which makes it more convenient to use.

HUAWEI Watch GT 4 46mm
HUAWEI Watch GT 4 46mm Green

The HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 is compatible with Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth 5.2 connection, paired via the HUAWEI Health app, which syncs health data, receive notifications, control music playback, make or answer calls, use voice assistants, and more.

The official price and availability will be announced on October 5. You can catch the livestream launch on Facebook Live at 7 pm.

For more information about the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4, visit HUAWEI Philippines or follow HUAWEI Mobile PH on Facebook.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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