Huawei’s latest wearable device is the Honor Band Zero which was unveiled last month alongside the company’s flagship device, the Honor 7. The new smartband is aimed at female consumers with its feminine sleek and stylish design. It has a circular face which is similar to the classic analog watches. It is capable of tracking activities, calories, monitoring sleep, locating smartphone and taking remote photos.
The 1.4-inch AMOLED circular touch display has a brushed metal bezel around it. The Band Zero measures 244.4 x 38 x 9.5mm for the Large and 244.4 x 38 x 9mm for the Small, and weighs 40 grams and comes with a plastic strap in a choice of colors; White, Gold and Dark Grey.
Under the sleek design, there is a 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor paired with 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and 70mAh battery promises to last up to 4 days on a single charge, and 14 days on standby time.
Despite the elegant look, the Honor Band Zero is tough with its IP68 certification, making it dust and water resistant. It can be worn whilst having a shower and can stand up to 10 meters of water.
The Honor Band Zero is capable of displaying reminders, calls and message notifications, tracks sports activities, calories burnt, as well as monitoring your sleep. It supports gestures to wake up the display by moving your wrist, and it can take photos remotely and silence incoming calls, features only available for iPhone users.
Honor Band Zero is compatible with Android and iOs and is believed to run Android Wear. It can sync and connect to smartphones and tables via the built-in Bluetooth. The new Honor Bracelet Zero Fitness Smartband is offered to local consumers in China, however there is no word on global availability or price at this point.