The first smartwatch of Huawei for children was launched in 2016 and since then the company has released new models with design improvements and more targeted resources for this specific audience. Now the company’s newest children’s smart watch is the Huawei Children’s Watch 3 Pro Super.
This exaggeratedly named model comes equipped with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage capacity, and a 5MP camera that can be used for high quality (HD) video calls. In high-noise environments, the volume controls integrated speakers and the audio algorithms used by Children’s Watch 3 Pro Super also make it possible to make calls with high sound quality. It also has 4G connectivity, being compatible with many mobile operator networks around the world.
Safety features are always a priority in smartwatches aimed at children. Many parents buy watches of this type for their children to ensure that they can always contact you in case of problems and always know where they are in open places like parks and indoors like shopping centers.
This new model from Huawei includes artificial intelligence features to monitor the child’s location using GPS, Beidou, GLONASS, and more. Using Huawei’s NLP technology, Children’s Watch 3 Pro Super can obtain the child’s location using multiple channels for greater accuracy.
In addition, to support for making calls and location features, the new smartwatch for children from Huawei supports the download of multiple applications thanks to the increased storage capacity and the largest amount of RAM. Parents of children can also install apps with stories or language teaching to help with learning.
The Huawei Children’s Watch 3 Pro Super is water-resistant, priced at 988 yuan (about RS 10,647), and pre-order in China starts on May 13.