Huawei smartwatches have features that can make you more productive, more healthy, and help you sleep better. The new GT3 Pro is packed with features like fitness monitoring and reporting, call notifications, and the ability to customize your experience with apps. As your family resumes their routines, a smartwatch like this will keep you connected, keep you on schedule, and allow you to be at your best. And the best way to learn about how great wearable tech can benefit your life is to wear it yourself. So, read on to learn more about the new Huawei watches, then enter for a chance to win one.

How much tech can Huawei fit into one smartwatch

I mentioned that we sent these watches for a review—that should be your first stop to learn about these watches. These are quite a bit different from many of the other smartwatches on the market. Firstly, due to Huawei’s history with American regulators, setting up the device is unusual, but Huawei makes it easy and the steps are explained in our review article. Once setup you will find navigating the apps quite easy.

The watch runs on its own Harmony OS: so it’s not an Apple watch and it’s not an Android watch. However, it’s got all the technology we expect to find in a smartwatch. Calendar, regular watch features, and phone notifications are standard fare of smartwatches these days. Also, fitness tracking and heart health monitoring will allow you to use it for all your fitness activities. Even swimming! Huawei made these safe to wear while doing laps in the pool, lake, or ocean.

Hauwei is wearable tech that won’t spend most of its time on a charger

My biggest pet-peeve with other smartwatches is their poor battery life. I’ve tested many types of smartwatches and I just keep returning to my tried and true regular Bulova watch for one reason: it doesn’t have to be charged every night. I just don’t remember to put it on the charger so every few days I wake up to a dead smartwatch that is useless. It seems the more tech they pack into a smartwatch, the faster the battery dies.

Huawei watches have solved that problem. The GT3 Pro watches can last up to 10 days. Actually, I suspect that as you start to rely on it for more functions, and use a variety of apps on it throughout your busy day, you’ll likely get about five to seven days before having to put it on the charger—which is AMAZING! Imagine, Monday to Friday taking the kids to and from school, getting reminders for dance class, hockey practice schedule changes, meetings at work, meetings with teachers, and all the other things that suddenly take over our lives from September to June, all managed with the help of your smartwatch without worrying that its battery is dead on Tuesday, and again on Wednesday, and Thursday …. So enter for a chance to win one of the two watches that we sent away for a review. The winner of the contest will be able to choose for themselves which one they want, the 46mm or the 43 mm with ceramic band.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy and you can enter in two different ways.

  1. Leave a comment below: tell us which feature of this smartwatch is your favourite and why.
  2. Send us an email: visit the Best Buy product page for the Huawei 43mm GT Pro smart watch, go to the “Details and Specs” section and find the line that says “charging method.” Send an email to with the subject line Huawei watch contest. In that email, tell us what charging method this watch uses. The section with the answer looks just like the image shown here.

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we’ll randomly select one winner from all eligible entries to receive their choice of either the Huawei 46mm GT Pro smartwatch or the 43mm GT Pro smartwatch with ceramic band.

This contest runs from August 12th until August 28th

Remember you can enter in two different ways as mentioned above. Do you know anyone else whose schedule will become a lot more hectic when schools reopen? Send them the link to this contest so they too have a chance to win.

Win a Huawei GT3 Pro Smartwatch Rules and Regulations

Good luck.


  1. I like the fitness monitoring and heart rate tracking! It would help me get in shape and keep track easily!

  2. the battery life cause I constantly forget to charge and having a long life means I can worry less and exercise more!

  3. I like that it tracks your sleep and heart rate. Sleep is so important to overall well being and tracking my sleep helps me with my fitness goals.

  4. I like the fitness monitoring and heart rate tracking! It would help me get in shape and keep track easily!

  5. J’aime la surveillance de la santé cardiaque, donc je peux suivre pendant que je fais de l’exercice

  6. When in Europe my friend was constantly looking for somewhere to plug in her Apple smart Watch, so love the 10 day battery life

  7. The feature of this smartwatch that is my favourite is the heart rate monitoring technology because I have had issues with abnormal heart beat in the past and now I am vigilant about keeping an eye on it.

  8. My favorite feature is the IP68 and 5 ATM ratings for water resistance, to use the smartwatch while training in the pool.

  9. It seems to be consistent with many, they hate having to charge devices all the time. Up to 10 days battery life is stellar. A watch does you know good if it is dead all the time. Like many I occasionally forget to charge a device.

  10. 1 I can connect it to an android phone unlike Apple.
    2. water resistance better than competitors. Had not to remove for swim time.
    3 bigger battery than Galaxy watch

  11. SMART HEALTH MANAGEMENT is my favorite feature as I had a triple bypass and have been trying to keep better track of my fitness and sleep.

  12. I like that it has IP68 and 5 ATM ratings for water resistance is the feature I like so when I go scuba diving on holiday I don’t have to take it off.

  13. My favorite feature is the health tracking because heart problems run in my family. My Mom would love this to work out with and monitor herself at the same time. This way she can get her maximum amount of activity while making sure she’s safe.

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