The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro and Huawei Watch D are competing for the Global Mobile Awards (GLOMO Awards) at the Mobile World Congress 2023 (MWC 2023), which is being held in Barcelona, Spain, until March 2.
The GLOMO Awards, considered the most prestigious accolade in the mobile industry, will be presented during the event.
In recent weeks, the Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA) released the shortlists for the MWC 2023 GLOMO Awards. The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro and Watch D were shortlisted for the 'Best Connected Consumer Device' award and 'Best Mobile Innovation for the Connected Health and Wellbeing' award, respectively.
The 'Device' category is one of the highest accolades within the GLOMO Awards, celebrating the achievements of hardware development. It represents the pinnacle of consumer-centric technological innovation, superior design and excellent performance. Among the awards, the 'Best Connected Consumer Device' award aims to recognise everyday consumer electronics that bring new smart applications, efficiency and functions to home and mobile users. The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro has been shortlisted due to its impact on users through the affirmation of features and convenient experiences.
As Huawei’s flagship smart watch, the Watch GT 3 Pro uses cutting-edge materials such as sapphire glass, titanium alloy, nano-crystalline ceramics and ingenious craftsmanship to create two unique styles: Titanium and Ceramic. These two editions bring innovative and cutting-edge technology together. On top of its stunning and premium design the smartwatch boasts a moon phase display, up to 14 days of battery life, professional health management, and all-new workout modes, in addition to convenient life assistant features.
The watch provides users with comprehensive health management data that includes heart rate, blood oxygen levels, sleep quality, stress levels and more. Furthermore, with over 100 professional workout modes, ranging from climbing to skiing, it pushes users to lead a healthy lifestyle. In any situation, users can answer calls, get access to vital information, and even monitor their health directly from their wrist.
With the evolution of technology, the boundaries between the physical and digital aspects of a product are blurred. GLOMO’s Connected Everything category recognises brands at the forefront of digital transformations in creating services. Among that category, the award highlights how mobile technology can help users access affordable and high-quality healthcare through broad-based innovation and advancements in the growth of mobile connectivity. By being shortlisted for the 'Best Mobile Innovation for the Connected Health and Wellbeing' award, it proves the affirmation of the Huawei Watch D by the GLOMO Organising Committee for its chronic disease management services, solutions and applications.
The Watch D is the first CE-certified blood pressure monitoring watch launched by Huawei. It brings the convenience of health monitoring to consumers’ wrists and blood pressure monitoring anywhere. The watch body weighs only 40.9gm, and is only 1/25 the size of a traditional blood pressure monitor, which outrivals the single usage scenario of the traditional blood pressure monitor. Through the innovative micro-pump and Huawei blood pressure algorithm technology, the blood pressure measurement function is miniaturised into the smartwatch, making it possible to measure blood pressure anywhere, and continuously monitor blood pressure trends. This is not only valuable for those with blood pressure monitoring needs or habits, but also signals a milestone in the exploration of smart wearable devices in healthcare.
Additionally, the Huawei Watch D supports functions such as daily health check-in, long battery life, water resistance, and convenient life assistant features, in addition to 70+ workout modes – making it a veritable professional health assistant.
The Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro and Watch D were shortlisted for the 'Best Connected Consumer Device' award and 'Best Mobile Innovation for the Connected Health and Wellbeing' award, respectively.