Honor’s Band 5i has been revealed to the world quite recently and now Huawei, who is Honor’s parent company, unveiled its own fitness tracker and if you’re wondering why it looks familiar now you know: it’s because the Band 4, as it has been dubbed, is a more or less re-branded version of the Brand 5i.
The Band 4 has a 0.96 inch .5D TFT color screen with a resolution of 160×80 pixels which will give you information about the time and date, it will send you app notifications and, of course, details about your fitness data.
This fitness data includes information about activities like walking, running and cycling but it will also tell you all about your heart rate and will monitor your sleep.
The Band 4 has a water resistance rating of up to 50 meters, and it can be synced with devices that run Android 4.4, iOS 9.0 and over. Connectivity-wise it does feature Bluetooth 4.2 but there’s no NFC.
It has a 91mAh battery which, according to Huawei, can offer 7 up to 9 days of power. An USB-A connector is also present.
The fitness tracker comes in three colors: Graphite Black, Sakura Pink and Amber Sunrise and can be purchased in Indonesia and Thailand for DR449,000 (around $32, after conversion) and THB999 (~$35). It will also be available in China as of November 1st for CNY199 (~$30).