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Huawei has Honor Band 4 and two other fitness trackers on the way

Huawei announced Honor Band 4 a couple of days ago at an event in China but the tech giant may be prepping to release two more wearables soon.

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The new Honor Band 4 could be a great alternative to the Xiaomi Mi Band 3. It comes in at a similar price point (199 yuan or about $30) and specs. The fitness tracker is expected to go on sale on September 20th in China, but you will be able to pick it up through online retail platforms such as Gearbest before it makes its way across the border.

The wearable comes with a 0.95 inch AMOLED screen and is the first Huawei band to feature a color display. Under the hood you’ll find a six-axis motion sensor, heart rate sensor and infrared light sensor. The gizmo keeps tabs on your activity and sleep and supports swimming thanks to its 5 ATM water resistance. There are also the usual notifications for calls and messages and the function to mute incoming calls.

The band also has very decent battery life. Huawei says the 100 mAh battery will keep the fitness tracker going for 14 days (20 days in standby mode).

Huawei has three new fitness trackers on the way
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But Huawei may have some more tricks up its sleeve.

CNET spotted a Huawei Band 3 Pro listing on the FCC’s website. In addition to everything listed above the fitness tracker will come with built-in GPS. But this band is still unofficial so no details are available on price or potential launch date. The gizmo will be the follow-up to last year’s Huawei Band 2 Pro.

Finally there is another listing on the FCC website for a Huawei wearable. This one only goes only by the model number – W70. Unfortunately there is hardly any information but it could be an indication that a third fitness band is in the works.

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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