Huawei has quite a healthy smartwatch or fitness band lineup in its portfolio. In the past, the Chinese OEM has pushed a few bugfix updates and enhancement updates for its smartwatches.

The Watch GT which was announced in 2018 was also served with a bug fix update, back in September. To recall, it packs in a 2-week battery life and sports a 3.53 cm AMOLED display.

Moreover, you also get features like real-time heart rate monitoring, GPS, enhanced scientific coaching and sleep tracking, etc. The device itself looks quite great and is one of the successful smartwatches from Huawei.

Besides, in a recent development, Huawei has pushed a new update that brings in improved sleep tracking and swimming calculations and more. It carries the version number v1.0.10.18 and weighs in around 6.85 MB in size.

You can check out the screenshot shared by one of the users along with the official changelog of the same, below:

[Update log]

  1. Adds support for Hungarian.
  2. Let’s you share more of your workouts between your watch and the Huawei Health app, so you can get more data in the app.
  3. Optimizes sending notifications.
  4. Optimizes the sleep tracking algorithms for more accurate data.
  5. Optimizes swimming calculations for more accurate data.
  6. Optimizes the watch’s user interface.
  7. Increases system stability.

The update is released in a handful of countries but is expected to arrive in other regions pretty soon. Moreover, the update packs in a lot of new features and enhances the already existing one making the watch more efficient.

Talking about updates, the Honor 20i is also getting a new update that packs in the September 2019 security patch. Notably, the Honor 20i is eligible for Android 10 update as beta recruitment has already started in China.

The latest update carries the version number and weighs in around 93.38 MB in size. Below are the screenshot and the official changelog of the update:


This update improves system security with Android security patches.


Integrates Android security patches released in September 2019 for improved system security.


Previously, some camera enhancements were also bundled along with the August update. However, this update seems totally incremental in nature and does not bring anything new apart from the September patch.

Note that the update is being pushed via OTA and will take some time in hitting all the devices. But, you can manually check for the update by heading to Settings>>About Phone>>System Updates>>Online Update.

Happy Installing!

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