Huawei Watch Fit 3 Spotted On SIRIM Certification Website With Two Model Numbers

The Chinese manufacturer Huawei is rumored to launch Huawei Watch Fit 3 soon in the markets. As per reports this upcoming smartwatch might make its debut this month only. Recently a Huawei smartwatch with model number SLO-B19 was spotted on IMDA and CQC databases and it was assumed that the model number belongs to Huawei Watch Fit 3.

The Huawei Watch Fit 3 was a few days back spotted with model number SLO-B09 on the SDPPI website. Today our team at The Tech Outlook has spotted this upcoming smartwatch on the SIRIM website which confirms that both the model numbers belong to Huawei Watch Fit 3.


The different model numbers hint that the smartwatch will be arriving with two variants. The type approval code for SLO-B09 is RDCX/05K/0424/S(24-1135) while for SLO-B19 the type approval code is RDCX/04K/0324/S(24-1137). Previous listings have revealed some of the specs of this upcoming smartwatch- Bluetooth, notification display, sports activity tracker, support audio storage, and playback features.

In the coming days, we might come across some more details regarding the specs and features of this upcoming smartwatch. And since it is expected to launch this month only we might get to hear the launch announcement soon. Stay tuned to get all the latest updates regarding the Huawei Watch Fit 3.

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