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Huawei recently resumed its operations in India after a period of absence, and it appears that we already have a sneak peek of the upcoming Huawei Watch GT 4. A recent leak has revealed some renders and pricing details of this upcoming accessory.
MySmartPrice has now obtained the first live images of the Huawei Watch GT 4, thanks to a reputable tipster. These new images showcase the design, build, and a couple of color options for the upcoming Huawei Watch GT 4.
Huawei Watch GT 4: A Closer Look
The new images reveal that the Huawei Watch GT 4 will be available in two variants: one with a brown leather strap and the other with a black plastic strap. The black plastic strap variant features a black gunmetal finish, while the leather variant has a shiny steel finish. The straps are detachable, and the design aligns with the previously leaked renders of the GT 4 46mm version.
The tipster also confirms that the Huawei Watch GT 4 will come with a minimum of 10W and a maximum of 18W wireless charging options.
Previous leaks suggested that the device is likely to introduce smartwatches in 41mm and 46mm sizes. According to reports, Huawei plans to price these upcoming devices between EUR 299 (approximately Rs 26,700) and EUR 399 (approximately Rs 35,400).
The previous leak revealed that the steel-colored 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 have 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 use stainless-steel material for the function key and outer ring.
The 46mm variant of the smartwatch is intended for both men and women. This variant also features a larger bezel compared to its predecessor. The 41mm variant of the Watch GT 4 primarily targets fashion-oriented females. The upcoming devices will support Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and will run on HarmonyOS 4.0 out of the box. Huawei is expected to equip the smartwatch with numerous fitness-tracking functions. Additionally, the Chinese OEM aims to offer the Watch GT 4 series with a battery life of two weeks.