Huawei has unveiled its next-generation fitness tracker, the Huawei Band 4. It is the second budget fitness band from the company this year, after the release of Huawei Band 3 Pro in the first quarter. Huawei Band 4 has distinct similarities with the Honor Band 5, which is a sub-brand of Huawei.
Huawei Band 4 has three colour options — black, pink, and red. The notable feature of Band 4 is a built-in USB-A connector. This makes charging easier as you don’t have to carry around the wires. Huawei claims a battery life of around seven to nine days for the Band 4, depending on your usage. The band has a 0.96-inch screen with a resolution of 80×160 pixels. Huawei Band 4 has a pill-shaped side button, which is sleek and subtle. On the fitness front, Huawei Band 4 has a heart-rate sensor, step count, sleep monitor, and a modest range of sports-tracking modes, including those for running and cycling.
The band has a 5ATM waterproof rating — that is, it can go underwater up to a depth of 50 meters. Huawei Band 4 is already in the market in Indonesia and Thailand. It will be released in China on November 1. The band will be priced slightly higher than its ‘twin’, the Honor Band 5, at around 3,000 INR.