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Huawei Unveils Four New Wearables for South Africa




Huawei Mobile South Africa is gearing up to launch four new wearables in the coming weeks, featuring three smartwatches and one smart band. The Watch GT3 SE and Band 8 are already available for purchase, while the Watch 4 and Watch Fit SE are set to arrive on 1st August. Huawei introduced these new devices in collaboration with SuperSport United FC and the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) as reported by Hypertext.

For those searching for a new wearable, Huawei has an exciting lineup heading to South Africa. Recently, the company hosted a launch event, unveiling four new wearables, with two currently available and two more scheduled for release on 1st August.

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The wearables in focus are the Watch GT3 SE, Watch 4, Watch Fit SE, and the Band 8. Huawei has partnered with SuperSport United FC and Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) to bring these innovative devices to the market.

The Watch GT3 SE and Band 8, both available for purchase now, can be found on Huawei’s official online store for R4,499 and R1,499, respectively.


The HUAWEI WATCH GT3 SE offers a water-resistant design and smart notifications, making it an appealing option for users seeking an exceptional smartwatch experience without a hefty price tag. It has a built-in GNSS five-system high-precision positioning chip, enabling accurate monitoring and tracking of science-based workouts.

Like most high-end Huawei smartwatches, the Watch GT3 SE boasts an impressive battery life of up to two weeks, supports all-day blood oxygen (Sp02) monitoring, provides over 100 workout modes, and features an AI-based running coach.

On the other hand, the HUAWEI Band 8 sets new standards in fitness tracking, catering to fitness enthusiasts with its advanced health monitoring features. This sleek and lightweight smart band offers continuous heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking, blood oxygen level monitoring, and stress tracking. Users can stay connected with real-time notifications, music controls, and a vibrant touch display.

Additional notable features of the Band 8 include:

  • A 2-week long battery life.
  • 5 ATM-rated water resistance (up to 50 meters).
  • TruSleep 3.0 sleep monitoring technology.
  • A thin and lightweight 14g design (without the band).

With these new wearables, Huawei is bringing cutting-edge technology and health monitoring capabilities to users in South Africa, providing them with an array of options to enhance their digital lifestyle.


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