Honor Unveils Its Latest Smartwatch, the Honor Watch 4 Pro

Honor, a renowned tech company, has unveiled its latest offerings today, including the much-anticipated foldable smartphone, the Magic Vs2, alongside the release of their new smartwatch, the Honor Watch 4 Pro.

The Honor Watch 4 Pro boasts a 1.5-inch LTPO AMOLED display with a resolution of 464x464 pixels. It supports the Always-On display feature, enhancing the user experience.

Crafted from a stainless steel frame, the smartwatch supports eSIM electronic communication chips, in addition to 4G LTE network connectivity.

Additional features include water and dust resistance up to 5 meters, Near Field Communication (NFC) support, Bluetooth 5.2, and Global Positioning System (GPS) technology.

With integrated speakers and microphone, users can make calls directly from the watch, and music can be streamed to wireless earbuds via Bluetooth technology.

On the software front, the watch runs on MagicOS 7.2.

Equipped with an eight-channel optical sensor, the watch aids in tracking heart rate and blood oxygen levels (SpO2). Additionally, the watch supports sleep tracking and stress levels monitoring, along with providing a range of standard sports modes.

The Honor Watch 4 Pro is powered by a 480 mAh battery, with Honor estimating it can last up to 10 days with moderate use and 3 days in eSIM mode. It can also be wirelessly charged at speeds of up to 4.5 watts.

The watch is available in three colors: black, brown, and dark green, with prices starting at around $220 for the silicone strap variant, while the leather strap variant is priced at approximately $250. Sales are set to commence in China from October 16th.

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