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Honor Band 4 with AMOLED display, heart rate sensor launched in India

17 December 2018 2

Honor has announced the Honor Band 4 fitness tracker in India. It was announced globally about three months ago and was expected to arrive in the Indian market last month alongside the Honor 8C. But after a slightly prolonged wait, the official launch has finally happened.

The Honor Band 4 sports a 0.95-inch AMOLED display with 240 x 120 pixels resolution and 2.5D curved glass. It has a heart-rate sensor to help users keep an eye on the heart-rate. There is a Huawei TruSeen 2.0 heart rate sensing technology which is said to be capable of monitoring heart-rate continuously for 24 hours during activities like cycling, walking, and running.

It is water-resistant up to 50 meters which means it can be taken out for swims or on a slightly rainy day. The whole package is powered by a 100mAh battery claimed to last for up to 6 days on a single charge. Another technology used in Band 4 is the Huawei TrueSleep 2.0 which, as the name suggests, is meant for sleep tracking of users. Other features include Bluetooth 4.2, NFC support, and the infrared sensor.

Honor has priced the Band 4 fitness tracker at Rs. 2,599 with sales starting December 18th. It will be available in Meteorite Black, Midnight Navy, and Dahlia Pink color variants. It will be sold exclusively via Amazon India.


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Honor Band 4 with AMOLED display, heart rate sensor launched in India
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AbdulMalik
AbdulMalik

Huawei TrueSleep 2.0 and the TruSeen 2.0 are the better and advanced tech version of Huawei's functions. For it to work, the user will need it to be wearing all the while?

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