After the Huawei subsidiary, Honor, unveiled the Honor 8X and Honor 8X Max, they went ahead to introduce a new edition of their fitness and called the Honor Band 4. The latest band from Honor has a Home button and a coloured AMOLED panel. The aim of this band is to dethrone the popular Mi Band 3 from the affordable fitness band position, that is why it came with a $30 price tag.
Honor Band 4 Features
The Honor Band 4 came with a 0.95 inch AMOLED screen with 2.5D curved glass on top of it. It also came with a pedometer, heart rate sensor, sleep tracker, and it is water and dust resistant up to 5 ATM. The Honor Band 4 has a Huawei TruSleep 2.0 feature, which is capable of monitoring the complete sleep cycle including REM and offers personalised recommendations.
Another neat feature if the Honor Band 4 is TruSeen 2.0, which follows the heart rate of the wearer all the time during activities such as running, cycling, walking etc. The battery of the wearable band is 100mAh, and the brand promises 14 good days of usage time.
The manufacturer also introduced Running Edition of the Honor Band 4. The device has POLED display, but unlike the regular version, this one is monochrome. It also have slightly smaller battery, 77mAh, but it offers improved data like running detection, cadence, step length, ground contact and foot strike pattern.
Honor Band 4 Price and Availability
The Honor Band 4 will be available in Blue, Black, and Pink colours, and it will cost just CNY199 in China. The amount is roughly $29 in the United States of America, and €25 across Europe. The Running Edition of the Honor Band 4 will be available in Red, Blue, Black, Yellow, Pink, and Green colours, and it will cost CNY99 in China, which is less than $15 in the United States of America and €13 across Europe. But devices will be available for purchase in China from September 20, and we are hoping for it to appear globally as from then.