Huawei Band 4 with TFT Color Display, 5ATM Water Resistance, Heart Rate Tracking Features Launched


Along with the Mate X 5G, Mate Xs, and 5G Mobile Wi-Fi Pro, Huawei has also launched the Band 4 at its launch event yesterday in China. As the name suggests, the Huawei Band 4 is a fitness tracker. And guess what, it is identical to the Honor Band 5i (that also launched yesterday) in almost every aspect. This isn’t the first time these companies have launched rebranded products from each other’s portfolios. Anyway, here are the specifications of the Huawei Band 4, and its price and availability details.

Huawei Band 4: Price, Availability

Huawei has priced the Band 4 in China at CNY 199. The fitness tracker is set to go on sale starting from the 1st of November. The brand has also started taking pre-orders of the device in Indonesia and Thailand. Maybe, it will soon launch in the Indian market as well.

Huawei Band 4 Specifications

The Huawei Band 4 sports a 0.96-inch TFT color touchscreen with 160 x 80 pixels resolution. There are several watch faces to choose from, and you can even customize many of them. Depending upon the watch face you choose, the display can show several aspects at a time, including time, date, day, remaining battery, and statistics of your physical activities.

Speaking of which, the Huawei Band 4 can track walking, running, swimming, cycling, and many other kinds of physical activities. Also worth mentioning is that the device is 5ATM water resistance. There is a heart rate monitor to track your vitals. Huawei has also equipped the device with a sleep tracker for enhanced health monitoring. You can see the track of your physical activities in the fitness tracker or in the dedicated application on your smartphone.

The Huawei Band 4 work features Bluetooth v4.2, and it works with Android and iOS devices. The fitness tracker packs a 91mAh battery, and Huawei claims that the device can last up to 9 days on a single charge. Just like the Honor Band 5i, the one from Huawei has a built-in USB Type-A connector hidden inside the strap at the bottom end, for charging the device.