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Huawei Band 4 Pro: Convincing GPS performance

While the Huawei Band 4 Pro is slightly more expensive than other fitness wristbands, it also comes with a few extra features: An integrated GPS, AMOLED display and in some countries, even NFC functionality. Here, we summarize our test results.
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After not having tested a fitness tracker from this series for more than 2 years an update was long overdue, which is why the Huawei Band 4 Pro recently had to prove itself in our review.

Huawei's fitness wristband Band 4 Pro is compatible with all Android and iOS smartphones, on which the Huawei Health app is installed. Positive: Thanks to the integrated GPS, the Band 4 Pro is able to autonomously record tracks, which makes bringing a large smartphone along unnecessary.

Similarly, the heart rate, calorie consumption and other workout data can simply be transferred to the smartphone for evaluation after exercising. This also applies to monitoring sleep. The app then offers hints for improving the workout routine or sleep.

Huawei Health has a decent feature set and the Band 4 Pro comes with its own operating system, which runs well on the small tracker and includes all the necessary features: Apart from traditional workout tasks, users can of course also read smartphone messages or control music playback.

In our GPS test, the Band 4 Pro did surprisingly well, which means users can comfortably leave their smartphone at home, although the fact that the training data is exclusively available inside of Huawei Health and exporting it is not possible is a slight annoyance.

More details concerning the features, design and many other aspects can be found in our full review of the Huawei Band 4 Pro.

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Florian Schmitt, 2020-01-28 (Update: 2020-01-25)
Florian Schmitt
Editor of the original article: Florian Schmitt - Managing Editor Mobile
When I was 12, the first computer came into the house and immediately I started tinkering around, taking it apart, getting new parts and replacing them - after all, there always had to be enough power for the current games. When I came to Notebookcheck in 2009, I was passionate about testing gaming notebooks. Since 2012, my attention has been focused on smartphones, tablets and future technologies.