Huawei Band 9 Becomes Available for Purchase in China With an Attractive Price


Huawei Band 9

Officially announced last month, the Huawei Band 9 is now available for purchase in China. The smart fitness tracker has a list price tag of CNY 269, which is around $39. That’s a very attractive price for a smart band that comes with a ton of health and fitness features.

At this price tag, the Band 9 is a solid alternative to the recently launched Xiaomi Smart Band 8. Of course, the prices of the new Huawei fitness tracker won’t stay the same in the international markets. For reference, the Band 8 launched at $63, and the new one is expected to be about $90 in the global markets. Even so, for the features, anything under $100 is a good price for the new smart band.

The Huawei Band 9 Brings A Lot to the Table

There are a lot of things that Huawei did right with the new fitness tracker. One of the main highlights is the build. The Band 9 is made of skin-friendly materials and weighs just 14 grams. With a thickness of 8.99 mm, you’re basically looking at something that you can wear throughout the day without any issues.

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Lightweight build

But it’s not just comfort that makes the Huawei Band 9 stand strong as a good smart band. It also checks the other essentials. For example, there’s a 1.47-inch AMOLED screen on the front that can get reasonably bright. But, yes, the screen does appear to be the same as the predecessor. A bump in the resolution would’ve been nice.

Huawei Band 9 launch

Another good aspect of the Huawei Band 9 is the battery life. With a full charge, it can offer up to 14 days of runtime. There are a ton of health and fitness features too. Among all, there are more than 100 different workout modes, SpO2 tracking, and heart rate monitoring. You also get TruSeen 5.5 and TruSleep 4.0, both of which are geared to make it easier for you to monitor your health.

Band 9 main highlights

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