Here are some factors discussed why the Huawei band 4 is ideal for you?

The display is the first thing we saw when we unboxed the Huawei Band 4. The Huawei Band 4 has a 0.95-inch colourful AMOLED screen with a 120.240 resolution, which is 39.9% wider than the Huawei Band 3. The Huawei Band 3 had a 0.78-inch black and white 12880 resolution OLED panel. It also features a 400-nit brightness output.
This means that the Huawei Band 4’s colourful display is not just sharper than its predecessor, but it’s also easier to read in direct sunshine. The screen is made of 2.5D toughened glass with an anti-fingerprint coating to prevent your band from looking like one of those finger-print magnets.

Huawei Band 4 Smartwatch - (Graphite Black) Pakistan


Longer battery life


The battery life is one of the most important considerations for anyone considering a fitness tracker, and this is where the Huawei Band 4 truly shines. Despite the larger, brighter screen and colour output, the Huawei Band 4 claims up to 20 days of battery life thanks to a larger 135mAh battery compared to the 110mAh battery in the Huawei Band 3.
The Honor Band 5, which has a 100mAh battery and can last up to 14 days, is Huawei Band 4’s closest competition. We were able to obtain over 10 days of battery life out of the Huawei Band 4 even with the automated heart rate detection and sleep aid turned on.


Exceptional Connectivity


We were pleasantly delighted by the device’s top-of-the-line features, especially given Huawei’s rock-bottom cost. There are a lot of sensors on the Huawei Band 4.The fitness band’s 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope allow it to measure body motion with incredible precision. Meanwhile, the capacitive proximity sensor can determine whether you’re wearing the band and turn off the sleep and heart rate sensors, extending battery life.
Your activities are also tracked in real time by the state-of-the-art PPG heart rate sensor. In fact, over our 12-day test period, which included intensive training sessions, the device provided very accurate heart rate and calorie burning statistics. In terms of connectivity, the Huawei Band 4 likewise performs admirably.
Unlike the Honor Band 5, which uses Bluetooth 4.2, the Huawei Band 4 includes Bluetooth 5, which means that during our 8-day testing period, we routinely witnessed faster, more stable connection and improved range.

Pocket-friendly


Huawei’s affordability is one of the main reasons for the company’s success in India. The Huawei Band 4 appears to have hit the right chords with its audience once again, with a price tag of Rs 2299 per unit.
While Huawei has not published the figures, we did observe that the fitness band was sold out within hours of its initial release on September 19 and again on September 28. With the same price as the Honor band 5 but a larger battery and better connectivity thanks to Bluetooth 5, it’s no surprise that Huawei’s latest product is selling like hotcakes.
Now that we’ve covered the features, let’s move on to the primary point, the Huawei Band 4’s very existence – activity monitoring. As previously stated, the 3-axis accelerometer and 3-axis gyroscope work well to track your steps.


Wide Range of Activities


The device’s inclination to count steps even while riding a bike or driving to work is a minor annoyance; we noticed this more than once, but the difference wasn’t startling. Despite the odd overcounting of steps, the device has shown to be rather accurate in terms of tracking heart rate and calories burned.
We put the device to the test while doing a low to medium-intensity workout that included both weight training and cardio. The tests were conducted in conjunction with the Apple Watch, and we were astonished to find that the findings did not differ significantly. The Huawei Band 4 also allows you to participate in a variety of physical activities such as outdoor running, cycling, walking, weight training, and swimming in various ways.


In The End


Huawei has revolutionised India in recent years by making high-tech goods, such as smartphones and fitness wearables, accessible to the general public. Huawei has done it again with the Huawei Band 4.
While there are a few apparent areas for improvement, such as the app’s user interface and step counting, they are all within the acceptable range. Overall, if you don’t have a huge budget but yet want a good fitness tracker, the Huawei Band 4 is the way to go. It’s now available on Amazon, so get yours no

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