It has been one week since Huawei’s Honor brand launched the Honor Band 4 and Band 4 Running version but the dust generated by the stunning wearables is yet to die down. The Band 4 has now been unboxed by the guys at MyDrivers and we thought it wise to bring you the pictures of what may soon be a fast-selling wearable device.
The unboxing pictures show us the design from all angles including the straps and other accessories like the charging apparatus. As you already know, the Honor Band 4 comes with a full-touch coloured AMOLED screen which sets the fitness tracker from its rivals. A coloured screen separates it from the likes of Mi Band 3 which features a black and white screen even though it is OLED.
The display is 0.95 inches with a resolution of 240x120pixels. The screen is covered with a 2.5D curved glass which is more scratch resistant than plastic. The high definition colour screen brings out the beauty of the device’s user interface. The resolution ensures the displayed content is still clear and readable outdoors, even under the sun. The device also comes with auto brightness adjustment at night (night mode). This mode reduces consumption and protects the health of the eyes. Smartbands are basically about their displays so it is no surprise Huawei revamped the Band 4 display. The device doesn’t come with any button. There is a home button on the screen for navigation.
The Honor Band 4 is available in three different colours according to the colour of the straps namely; Black, Blue and Pink. Talking about the straps, Huawei teamed up with the French Academy of Aesthetics to come out with an attractively designed textured strap. The strap is dynamic and rhythmic, more in line with the sporting temperament of young people.
Asa reminder, the fitness tracker comes with NFC and supports contactless payment. The band also keeps track of steps, swimming speed, calories burnt, and distance covered in addition to monitoring the heart rate. The wearable is waterproof up to 50 metres and it comes with a light weight of just 23 grams. This despite packing a durable battery which Honor claims can last up to 14 days and 6 days if continuous heart rate tracking is turned on.
The Honor Band 4 comes priced at just 199 yuan (~$29) which is almost similar to the Mi Band 3’s starting price. So, it is a question of whether the Band 3 can compete with the Honor Band 4. This sure looks more classy than Xiaomi’s. Check out the Honor Band 4 pictures gallery from below.
Also, find unboxing pictures of the Band 4 Running Edition from below.