The Huawei Watch 4 series was launched in May with two models. The base Watch 4 is black and comes with a Viton strap, while the Pro comes with a titanium case and two strap options – leather or titanium.
We received the all-titanium option for review, promising more functional widgets and better battery life.
Huawei has been using the same design on the retail box since
the first Watch GT was launched. The Watch 4 Pro comes in a classic box with an extra strap element, a magnetic wireless charger, and some warranty-related documentation.
The Watch 4 Pro has a curved dome and it’s beautiful – like a 1.5″ LTPO AMOLED screen with a pixel resolution of 07 x 07 Pixel resolution. It does have bezels around the display, and the strap has a new design that both looks and feels better than any other Huawei smartwatch, even the almighty Watch Ultimate.
One big change for the Watch 4 series is Harmony 3.0 and its redesigned widgets. The default watch face is Earth-centered and centered on your location, but we’ve gone with a more complex solution. Now, we can view heart rate, sleep results and weather forecast in a more granular way, all at a glance.
Some of the key features of the Huawei Watch 4 Pro are eSIM and standalone GPS. The dual buttons on the right work as expected—the top swivels for easy navigation, and the bottom is metallic and conductive for EKG recording.
Huawei Watch 4 Pro is priced at €600/£600, which means it’s one of the most expensive smartwatches out there. That’s understandable given the premium build, choice of materials, and rich feature set. You also get the promise of great battery life, with 002 days of use on a single charge.
We will be doing extensive testing to see if this price is worth it, so stick around!