- Honor unveils the Honor Watch 4, with a design resembling an Apple Watch.
- Features a 1.75-inch squircle AMOLED display with a resolution of 390 x 450 pixels and a pixel density of 340 PPI.
- Offers cellular connectivity with eSIM support.
Honor has unveiled its latest smartwatch, the Honor Watch 4, offering an affordable option with an impressive range of features. Resembling the design of an Apple Watch, the Honor Watch 4 features a squircle AMOLED display measuring 1.75 inches diagonally. The display boasts a native resolution of 390 x 450 pixels with a 340 PPI pixel density.
One notable feature of the Honor Watch 4 is its impressive battery life, The company claims up to 10 days of usage on a single charge. However, this estimate may vary depending on the usage, particularly when features such as the five satellite positioning systems or the eSIM are activated.
The inclusion of eSIM support is a significant milestone for Honor. It marks the Honor Watch 4 as the company’s first smartwatch to offer cellular connectivity, allowing users to make calls and receive messages independently of a paired smartphone.
The Honor Watch 4 caters to fitness enthusiasts with its 85 sports modes and 12 professional workout modes. It comes with sensors to monitor blood oxygen levels, heart rate, sleep patterns, and stress levels. However, the Watch 4 doesn’t include advanced health monitoring features. It includes the features like a blood pressure monitor or the ability to take an (ECG).
Currently available only in China, the Honor Watch 4 is priced at CNY 999 (~US$139) and comes in three attractive color options: Obsidian Black, Cloud Water Blue, and Morning Glory Gold.
The smartwatch runs on Honor’s proprietary operating system, MagicOS, which includes the Yoyo digital assistant. While Honor has expressed intentions to release the Watch 4 globally, specific details about the timing and availability in other markets haven’t been disclosed yet.
Source (S): NOTEBOOKCHECK.