Huawei Band 4 Launched in India For a Price Tag of $28: Specifications, Features

Huawei Band 4

Back in October 2019, Huawei launched its fourth iteration of smart fitness band dubbed Huawei Band 4. Well, the wearable has now finally made its way to the Indian market. As the name suggests, Band 4 is the true successor of the previously launched Huawei Band 3. Here is everything you need to know about the product.

Huawei Band 4: Pricing, Availability

The Chinese smartphone maker has launched a single color variant namely Graphite Black in India. It comes with a price tag of INR 1,999 (roughly $28). Interested buyers can buy the product from Flipkart as well as Huawei’s online store. As of now, the product is currently out of stock but it will soon be up for grabs.

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Specs, Features



Talking about the specifications, Huawei Band 4 comes with a 0.96-inch 2.5D TFT colored touch screen display. The display has a resolution of  80×160 pixels and comes with oleophobic coating to prevent fingerprint smudges. Furthermore, there are eight different watch faces that are pre-installed while the customers can download more from the Huawei Watch Face store. As per the brand, there are around 66 watch faces available in the store. Weighing around 24 grams, the fitness band measures 56×18.5×12.5mm in dimension. Coming to fitness, the band supports up to nine different exercise modes – outdoor & indoor walking, running, cycling, free training, elliptical machine, rowing machine and few more.

The fitness band comes with the company’s very own TruSeen 3.5 tech that continuously monitors the heart rate of the user 24×7. With TruSleep 2.0, the band can track your sleeping patterns while also identifying your sleep-related issues. The companion app also provides 200 potential solutions to improve sleep patterns and quality.  It can also measure the user’s physical condition with the help of oxygen saturations level and sleep tracker. All of these are backed by a 91mAh battery-packed inside that can last for up to nine days on a single charge. Just like the previous generation, this one too makes use of a proprietary USB plug.

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