Huawei Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro pre-orders start on June 8, sale begins two leeks later
Huawei introduced the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro with eSIM support on May 9 during the global unveiling of the P60 Pro flagship and the Mate X3 foldable. Company officials did not reveal any details about the availability of the wearables then, but now we have the official information.
Huawei will begin the pre-order for Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro on June 8 and will start selling the wearables two weeks later, on June 22.
The Watch 4 and Watch 4 Pro come with impressive battery life and faster charging times. According to official information, the Pro can live 21 days on a single charge with an ultra-long battery life mode that still allows you to track health data and record activities.
Huawei introduced a more interactive UX with the wearables, a more prominent Huawei Assistant, and a Quick Bar for easy access to the most used apps. Petal Maps was specially redeveloped for the Watch 4 devices to act as a standalone gadget, provided the local carrier supports the wearable as an eSIM device. Other new features include a Health Check, Respiratory Check, and the ability to share health data with a close circle of family members.
The Huawei Watch 4 is priced at €450/£400 with its Black Stainless Steel body and fluoroelastomer strap. The Watch 4 Pro with a Leather strap and Titanium Alloy body is €550/£500, while the all-Titanium option is €700/£600.
The wearables will be sold on Huawei’s online store and partner retailers across Europe.
- 29 May 2023
lte model ?
- 29 May 2023
That's just the early adopter tax , it will drop a lot. It always does. The GT3 Pro launched at 500+ Euros now it's 260 on Amazon and i'm sure you can get it for less if you look for deals.
- 28 May 2023
Will never be as good as Garmin and the price for the 4pro if its true is a joke £600. Garmin epix money that