Asian giant Huawei has introduced its new product wearable called the Huawei Band 4, which stands out especially for its USB charging system.
This smart bracelet has a 0.96 inch TFT screen with 2.5D type glass which is the hallmark of the Huawei bracelet, and has a resolution of 80 x 160 pixels.
The Huawei Band 4 is powered by the Apollo 3 processor and is powered by a 91 mAh battery, which promises a range of up to 6 days, although this will obviously depend on the usage we will provide.
But if we run out of battery, we don't need to rely on additional cables to be able to charge the device, because the same Huawei Band 4 strap has a male USB connector to be able to reach and connect it to any USB input, a useful method that we didn't see from Alcatel OneTouch Watch.
This device also has a heart rate sensor to monitor our heart rate to be able to notify when abnormal measurements appear. This sensor also monitors sleep using TruSleep 2.0 technology, can even measure the level of oxygen in the blood.
Huawei Band 4 will initially be available in its native China, although it is possible to reach other markets, at least from Huawei Chile we have not received information. The price is 199 yuan, around CLP $ 29,990, a very tentative price to be able to compete directly with the Xiaomi Mi Band 4.
With information from Hypertext