Huawei is expected to release a sequel to the 2017 Wear OS smartwatch shortly. The Huawei Watch 3, According to a Weibo Tipster (via Huawei Central), is scheduled to be released in May. It is possible that it will not use Huawei’s own Lite operating system, which powers products like the Huawei Watch GT2 and GT2 Pro.
According to his source, OEM will also install a “complete” version of HarmonOS. Compared to its predecessors, the wearable can support ESIM and other third-party applications. This sets it apart from the GT series, which does not have access to phone data. WeChat support will also be available on Watch 3 with the ability to respond via text or speech.
According to reports, Huawei has registered a new watch with the EEC under the model number GLL-AL04. This could replace the Watch 2, according to a recent leak. As a result, it is possible to keep it as a flagship smartwatch instead of a high-end sports model like the GT series.
According to reports, the watch will also receive more third-party applications and some additional AI-based activity.
Of course, since Huawei has not made any official announcement, all this information is not certain at this time.