Just over a week after being officially announced on the international market, starting with Europe, the Huawei Watch 4 and 4 Pro smartwatches were launched this Thursday (18) in China. It is the first time that such a launch schedule has occurred in branded products since 2021.
The two circular design watches have an aerospace titanium alloy frame, and the Pro model has a 1.5-inch AMOLED LTPO display. The resolution is 466 x 466 pixels, and there are slight differences in size —46.2 mm × 46.2 mm × 10.9 mm for the most basic model; and 48.8mm × 47.6mm × 12.9mm in the Pro version.
In terms of health-oriented features, the range has over 100 training modes, with the TrueSport feature also bringing AI-based options. The highlight goes to the new ability to assess the high risk of blood sugar — a resource that, says the company, has been tested in Chinese hospitals.
There is Huawei TruSeen 5.0 technology, which integrates vital signs monitoring data in different states during the day and night. To use the new resource, it is necessary to maintain regularity of use so that the system evaluates rates on different days and periods.
For seniors, Huawei released the fall detection feature, which automatically sends an SOS warning to selected contacts.
Finally, the operating system is HarmonyOS and the total autonomy of the standard Huawei Watch 4 is 3 days in typical use, while the Pro model can reach 4.5 days. Already in Ultra economy mode, this mark can rise to 14 and 21 days, respectively.
The models arrive in the following options to the Chinese market:
Huawei Watch 4 Pro
- Jupiter Brown – 3399 yuan (R$ 2,400)
- Azure Earth – 3699 yuan (R$ 2610)
- Mars Titanium – 3999 yuan (R$ 2,820)
Huawei Watch 4
- Magic Moon Black – 2699 yuan (R$ 1905)
- Jupiter Brown – 2899 yuan (R$ 2,050)
- Venus White – 2899 yuan (BRL 2,050)