Huawei claims that the smart band comes with the company’s TruSleep 2.0 technology which employs cardiopulmonary coupled dynamics spectrum (CPC) to monitor a user’s sleeping patterns including REM mode. The band also offers NFC support and thus enables contactless payments.
Alongside the launch of the Honor 8X and 8X Max, Huawei sub-brand Honor has unveiled the Honor 4 Band in China. The successor to the Band 3 comes with 0.95-inch AMOLED display with a touchscreen that is protected by a 2.5D curved screen and is accompanied by a Home button. The Honor Band 4 will start retailing for an asking price of 199 yuan (approx. Rs 2,090).
The Band 4 from Honor will come with Huawei TruSeen 2.0 continuous heart-rate monitoring, meaning the device will monitor your heart rate all the time. The Honor Band will display the measurements on its fitness app and will also prompt you if your heart rate is too high.
|Honor Band 4|
0.95-inch AMOLED touch display
Continuous Heart rate sensor, Sleep tracker, Exercise tracker, Pedometer, Sedentary reminder, 6-axis sensors, infrared wearing dection
|Dimensions||43 × 17.2 × 11.5 mm|
|Notifications||Calls & texts, mute option|
|Water Resistance||50 metres, 5 ATM|
Huawei claims that the smart band comes with the company’s TruSleep 2.0 technology which employs cardiopulmonary coupled dynamics spectrum (CPC) to monitor a user’s sleeping patterns including REM mode. The band also offers NFC support and thus enables contactless payments. As part of the regular fitness tracking, the device can track the calories burnt, distance covered, steps and swimming speed and will also notify you about your incoming calls and texts.
The device will be able to connect to smartphones through its Bluetooth v4.2 connectivity and is compatible with iPhones running iOS 9.0 or higher or Android devices with Android 4.4 or later. The Honor Band 4 is dust and water resistance to up to 50 metres and can last for as much as 14 days on a single charge when continuous heart tracking is turned off and 6 days when the same is turned on.
Huawei has also announced a cheaper Honor Band 4 Running Edition which comes without a heart rate sensor. The display on the device is a grayscale POLED screen which coupled with the 77mAh battery lasts for up to 20 days on a single charge.
The Honor Band 4 comes in Pink, Blue and Black colours for a price of 199 yuan (approx. Rs 2,090) while the Honor Band 4 running Edition comes at 99 yuan (approx. Rs 1,040) with Red, Yellow, Green, Pink, Blue and Black colour options.
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