2015 marked a pivotal year for smartwatches and personal wearables, primarily due to the introduction of the Apple Watch by Apple. Since then, competitors have been striving to match its success. Prior to the Apple Watch, brands like Fitbit, which debuted in 2007, and Garmin had established themselves in the market. However, Apple's entry set a new standard in desirability and technological prowess. Rivals such as Samsung, Xiaomi, Fitbit, and Huawei have attempted various designs, from round to rectangular and square, but none have surpassed the Apple Watch's appeal. Huawei's latest offering, the Watch Fit 3, adopts a design philosophy similar to the Apple Watch but enhances it with a sleek, flat surface and refined details. The Watch Fit 3 features a 1.82-inch OLED screen with high brightness and a battery life of up to 10 days, running on Huawei's versatile Harmony OS. Primarily focused on fitness, it offers numerous tracking modes and excellent basic health monitoring features. However, it lacks advanced messaging capabilities and includes an optional, somewhat intrusive voice notification feature. Priced at Dh599, the Watch Fit 3 offers a compelling combination of design, functionality, and affordability, potentially challenging Apple's dominance in the smartwatch market.