Huawei’s latest launch event saw the unveiling of the Nova 6 series alongside a new fitness band dubbed the Huawei Band 4 Pro.
As the name suggests, this fitness band is the high-end variant of the previously released Huawei Band 4 with improved health management, GPS tracking, and a new NFC card swiping feature.
The Huawei Band 4 Pro comes with a 0.95-inch AMOLED color display with touch support and a design that is akin to previous iterations. Its frame is made out of brushed metal and there is a pill-shaped home button at the bottom of the display. The silicone straps are comfortable and lightweight.
There are over 100 pre-loaded watch faces and users can also install third-party faces at any time.
It is equipped with 11 sports modes that can record 127 types of different sports data. It also has a very accurate GPS tracker, a SpO2 blood oxygen monitor, a heart-rate tracker, and a sleep tracker.
The NFC (near-field communication) functionality onboard lets users access payments cards, transportation cards, and also supports Alipay code scan payment.
The Huawei Band 4 Pro is available for pre-ordering in Sakura Pink, Graphite Black, and Amber Sunrise colors for $56. It will officially go on sale on December 12.
Huawei’s participation to the Digitization of Health Care is a welcome sign to Universal Health program of the WHO.
Huawei with lead in the 5G will create the same excellence in technology for the beneficiaries of the Universal Health Program of the WHO for the sick/unwell of the world.
Xiaomi, Huami and the leading Chinese brands do bring excellence in technology excellence to the Health Sector as Huawei contributed to 5G it would bring excellence in economics of the digitisation of health sector of the WHO to watch for the best in economics and technology for PWD, Seniors of the world.