Huawei’s sub-brand Honor recently announced its next iteration of popular fitness tracker dubbed Honor Band 4 in the Indian market. Along with Band 4, the smartphone maker also unveiled its latest budget-oriented Honor 8C smartphone. At the time of launch, Honor didn’t reveal any information on pricing or availability and left everyone guessing. We now have the complete information about the latest fitness tracker from its first sale to its Indian pricing.
Honor Band 4 Goes on Sale in India From December 18
According to our reliable source, Honor Band 4 will be available for purchase in India starting from December 18 on Amazon. For those who’re unaware, this fitness tracker is an Amazon exclusive product meaning you will not be able to purchase it from any other major e-commerce website or offline retailers. Although the product might hit the company’s official website HiHonor.in soon after the sale.
Apart from the sale details, our source also revealed the official Indian pricing of the Honor Band 4. The wearable will arrive with a price tag of INR 2,599 which is higher than the Xiaomi’s popular Mi Band 3. Both Honor Band 4 as well as Mi Band 3 shares somewhat similar specifications. If you’re planning to buy the Honor Band 4, then you can head over to the Amazon product page and hit that notify button for updates.
Honor Band 4 Specifications, Features
Unlike previous gen of fitness tracker, Honor this time has added AMOLED color touchscreen display which is 0.95-inch in size. The display comes with a 2.5D curved glass on top and is resistant to hairline scratches. The fitness band shares similar design aesthetics to its predecessors. The wearable comes with NFC as well as Bluetooth v4.2 for connectivity. It measures 43 x 17.2 x 11.5mm and weighs 23g which should be comfortable enough. Honor Band 4 is backed by a decent 100mAh battery which according to the brand can last for 6 days on a single charge.
Honor Band 4 comes with a TruSeen 3.0 technology which measures heart rate real-time during activities like walking, running and cycling. The TrueSleep, on the other hand, tracks your sleep pattern and identifies if you’re suffering from any sleeping issues like Insomnia. It can also give you simple pieces of advice which can help you improve your overall sleep quality.