Huawei Watch GT4 might arrive in a couple of weeks time

Huawei is reportedly preparing to launch Watch GT 4. The device could be officially presented as soon as early next month.

September 7th is slated to be the exact date when we might see the new smartwatch. Which is the day after IFA 2022 in Berlin concludes.

The device may make its debut alongside the new Huawei Mate 50 series. This is according to well-known Weibo tipster that goes under the name classmateguan (via ithome). The other possiblity is that the launch will fall a month later to coincide with Huawei MatePad Pro.

Any later than that and we are into the holiday shopping period. So it doesn’t make much sense to reveal new devices beyond early November.

Huawei has not officially said anything about a potential launch date. There is also no information on possible specs of the upcoming watch.

Essential readingTop fitness trackers and health gadgets

The third generation of Huawei’s flagship GT family has been around since last October. Equipped with HarmonyOS, Huawei Watch GT 3 can be picked up in a choice between a 46mm and a 42mm model.

Not much difference in specs between the two iterations. They pack all the basic fitness sensors, along with satellite connectivity and ability to track a wide range of sports. As far as health tracking, there’s breathing quality during sleep, atrial fibrillation alerts and stress info reporting. The built-in storage for music and two-weeks of battery life make the devices even more attractive.

Only a few months ago the offering was extended to a Pro model. The March 2022 edition increases the size of the smaller model to 43mm. And while the build of this version is ceramic, the 46mm has been improved to titanium. The sapphire glass AMOLED display sizes remain the same. Beyond that, the main upgrade is ECG functionality. This means you can use the device to check your hear’s rhythm and electrical activity on-demand. 

It remains to be seen what features arrive with Watch GT 4. Right now it is all speculation. Typically as the release date approaches, more information becomes available. We’ll keep an eye out for any news and report back as and when we hear anything worth reporting on.

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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