Alongside the Honor Magic Vs2, Honor debuted a brand-new watch yesterday. Named the Honor Watch 4 Pro, it’s the current flagship smartwatch offering in Honor’s portfolio.
With premium design, stylish looks, and high-end specs, the Honor Magic 4 Pro resembles an elegant traditional timepiece. Additionally, the smartwatch offers a plethora of useful features that facilitate health and fitness monitoring.
Main Highlights of Honor Watch 4 Pro
The Watch 4 Pro comes with a 1.5-inch LTPO display with Always-on-Display (AOD) functionality. This AMOLED panel boasts a resolution of 464 x 464 pixels, which means it can offer rich and vibrant visuals.
In terms of build quality, the Honor Watch 4 Pro features a stylish stainless-steel frame. What’s more important is that the smartwatch is ready for all your adventures. It comes with a 5ATM waterproof rating, making it a suitable fitness watch for swimming and other activities.
Besides, the watch has eSIM support with LTE connectivity. The Watch 4 Pro allows you to make and receive phone calls directly through its built-in microphone and speaker. It also comes with Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, and GPS. Thanks to the built-in storage, you can pair Bluetooth earbuds directly to the watch and stream music from it.
Other than that, Honor has packed an eight-channel optical sensor on the Watch 4 Pro. It can precisely monitor your heart rate and SpO2 levels. The watch also has support for sleep and stress tracking. And there are multiple sports modes, which will make it easier to keep your fitness in check.
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Another important feature of the Honor Watch 4 Pro is its battery life. It comes with a 480mAh battery, which can deliver up to 10 days of runtime with typical usage. The watch supports 4.5W wireless charging, making it easier to get the battery from 0 to 100%.
Regarding the pricing and availability, the Watch 4 Pro starts at CNY 1599, which is around $220. It’s available in Black, Dark Green, and Brown colorways. Open sales will start on October 16 in China, and Honor didn’t give any details about international availability.