Huawei recently resumed its operations in India again after a stint of absence and it seems we already have a new look of the upcoming Huawei Watch GT 4. A recent leak revealed some renders and pricing of the upcoming accessory.
And now MySmartPrice has accessed the first live images of the Huawei Watch GT 4 courtesy of a reputed tipster. The new images show the design and build as well as a couple of the colour options for the upcoming Huawei Watch GT 4.
Huawei Watch GT 4: What it Looks Like
The new images show that the Huawei Watch GT 4 will be available in a brown leather strap and a black plastic strap variant. The black plastic strap variant has a black gunmetal finish to the watch and the leather one has a steel shiny finish. The straps are detachable and the design matches with the GT4 46mm previously leaked renders.
The tipster also confirms that the Huawei Watch GT 4 will come with a minimum of 10W and 18W Max wireless charging options.
The previous leaks suggested that the device will likely introduce the upcoming smartwatches in 41mm and 46mm sizes. The report states Huawei will price the forthcoming devices between EUR 299 (approx. Rs 26,700) and EUR 399 (approx. Rs 35,400).
The previous leak showed that the steel-coloured Huawei Watch GT 4 would be available with a metal band and suggested that the difference in materials is the reason for the price variation. The 46mm variant of the Huawei Watch GT 4 will sport a stainless-steel body. Huawei will also launch the device in other versions, including a metal case and plastic straps. The Chinese OEM will also equip the function key and outer ring with stainless-steel material.
The 46mm variant of the smartwatch is intended for both men and women. The variant also features a larger bezel in comparison to its predecessor. The 41mm variant of the Watch GT 4 is primarily intended for fashion-oriented females. The upcoming devices will also sport Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and will run on HarmonyOS 4.0 out of the box. Huawei is tipped to equip the smartwatch with numerous fitness-tracking functions. The Chinese OEM also aims to offer the Watch GT 4 series with two weeks of battery life.