Alongside the Foldable Mate X 5G, and the Mate 30 smartphones, Huawei at its unveiling event in China today released a new fitness tracker dubbed the Huawei Band 4. The fitness tracker is already available for pre-order in Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines(PHP 1,890/ $36), and China where it is priced at ¥199/$29.
Huawei Band 4 specs
The Huawei Band 4 is virtually a rebranded version of the Honor Band 5i launched earlier this week, except that it drops the circular home button on the band 4 for a pill shape capacitive button. Aside from that minor differences, the Band 4 gets the same USB-A charging connector housed in the silicone strap. Meaning you virtually don’t need a special charging adapter as it can click directly into any regular Port A.
The Band gets the same 0.96 inches with a 160x80px resolution for displaying up to 30 notification characters. The battery size remains the same – a 91mAh cell with a charge time of 1.5 hours, and up to 9 days of battery life on a single charge. The band connects via Bluetooth 4.2.
It comes in Sakura Pink, Graphite Black, and Amber Sunrise color options, and is water-resistant up to 50 meters. And of course, it can track your sleep pattern, supports heart rate measurements and a SpO2 sensor for blood oxygen levels. And on the connectivity front, the Huawei Band 4 feature Bluetooth 4, with no NFC, while it can click to Android 4.4 and iOS 9.0 and above device.
HUAWEI Band 4 specs:
TFT color display (80 x 160)
Apollo 3 chip
3-axis acceleration sensor
Infrared wear sensor
Optical heart rate sensor
5ATM water resistance
Battery rated for 6 days
56mm x 18.5mm x 12.5mm (L x W x D)
24g (strap included)
Graphite Black, Amber Sunrise, Sakura Pink