Huawei may have to deal with the US embargo as part of that country’s developing trade war with China, but the company is not deterred from producing new wearables despite the fact that this may be the case. The most recent model is the Huawei Band 4e Basketball Wizard Edition, which has a catchy moniker.
The announcement comes a little bit out of the blue when you consider that we have not yet seen the Huawei Band 4. On the other hand, this could be just around the bend.
The Bankd 4e system operates similarly to the 3e model from the previous year. You can keep it on your wrist, or you can remove it from the wristband and attach it to your shoes, which will help improve your running form. You will receive statistics such as the amount of time spent on the ground, the amount of time spent in eversion, your step length, swing angle, landing impact, and the placement of your foot strike. From that vantage point, it will also track steps with a higher degree of precision. This is to be expected.
The most significant advancement made to this edition, on the other hand, is the fact that it was designed with basketball in mind from the ground up. So that it can do this, its 6-axis motion sensors keep track of the vertical jump, the time in the air, the maximum spring speed, and the number of jumps.
All of this information is uploaded to the Huawei Sports Health app, where you can get a summary of how you played while you were out on the court. The software also allows you to score training targets and assists in reducing the likelihood of sustaining an injury as a result of overtraining.
Your performance on the basketball court will be enhanced by the brand new Huawei Band 4e.
The Band 4e, which is worn on the wrist, performs the same functions as a standard fitness tracker and records basic activity data as well as sleep. However, there is not a built-in sensor for the heart rate. You also get some smart functionality such as reminders, notice alerts for messages, and a “Find my phone” feature.
It is possible to use the Huawei Band 4e Basketball Wizard Edition for up to two weeks on a single charge, and it has a standby time of three weeks. In addition, the band has a water-resistant rating of 5 ATM, which means that you may wear it without any concerns regardless of the weather.
Pre-orders for the fitness band are now available in China for 129 yuan, or about 18 dollars. We have not yet received any information regarding the product’s availability on a global scale, but we will keep you updated as soon as we do.