Honor unveiled the Magic3 series smartphones about two weeks ago at an event in China, where the company also teased the Watch GS 3. While Honor didn’t reveal much about its new smartwatch at the event, the company took to Weibo to give us a better look at the Classic Streamer and Racing Pioneer (machine translated from Chinese) variants of the Watch GS 3.
The Classic Streamer flaunts a golden case and sports a curved screen. It also has a couple of physical buttons on its right side, while the brown-colored strap is made of leather.
Honor hasn’t mentioned any features of the Watch GS 3 in its Weibo post, but the Classic Streamer model’s watch face confirms the smartwatch will come with an automatic step counter and heart rate monitor, and it will also tell you how many calories you’ve burned – features that are common on almost all the wearables across different price segments.
The Racing Pioneer model looks sporty and has a silicone or rubber strap. It too has a pair of buttons on its right side, and its watch face confirms features such as a step counter, music control, compass, and stopwatch. You can also expect it to come with a heart rate monitor.
Honor hasn’t revealed the Watch GS 3’s unveiling date yet, but you can expect the company to announce it soon while also dropping a few more teasers to build hype around its new smartwatch.