Honor announced the Band 5i a couple of days ago, and now its parent company Huawei also unveiled a fitness tracker, dubbed Band 4, which is essentially a re-branded Band 5i with a pill-shaped button.
The Huawei Band 4 sports a 0.96" 2.5D TFT color screen having a resolution of 160x80 pixels. It shows information like time and date, fitness data, and app notifications.
The Band 4 comes with heart rate and sleep monitoring, and it can track different activities like walking, running and cycling.
The fitness tracker is water-resistant up to 50 meters and can sync with devices running Android 4.4 and iOS 9.0 and above. It comes with Bluetooth 4.2 for connectivity but has NFC missing.
The Honor Band 4 is offered in three colors - Graphite Black, Sakura Pink, and Amber Sunrise. It packs a 91 mAh battery which Huawei claims can offer 7-9 days of power autonomy. The fitness tracker comes with a USB-A connector, meaning you can plug it to the regular USB-A port for hassle-free charging.
The Band 4 is currently available for purchase in Indonesia and Thailand for IDR449,000 ($32/€30) and THB999 ($35/€30), respectively. And it will go on sale in China starting November 1 for CNY199 ($30/€25).
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Accuracy are all within tolerance level for consumer grade equipment. If you really want higher accuracy, you should be looking at Garmin or equiv.