Honor Band Z1

New Huawei wearable launching January for $79.99

CES 2016

As Huawei's Honor brand officially launches in the U.S. today, there's a new wearable launching alongside the Honor 5X smartphone. The Honor Band Z1available in Europe and Asia since the fall — will arrive in the U.S.

For the uninitiated, the Honor Band Z1 is a small, lightweight wearable with fitness and sleep tracking capabilities, as well as notification alerts. The band runs a low-powered Cortex M4 processor and uses a 128x128-resolution PMOLED display, and as such can squeeze 4 days of use out of its mere 70mAh battery.

That's all wrapped up in a circular stainless steel body with a choice of three straps — black, white or cream. And the device is waterproof, rated IP68. So it's a decent overall package considering the relatively low price — the Honor Band Z1 will be available on Huawei's HiHonor.com later this month for $79.99.

Honor Band Z1 hardware specifications

Category Specification
Display 1.06 inch OLED luminescent touchscreen
Resolution: 128 x 128 pixels
Size and Weight 38 mm x 9.5 mm (1.5 in. x 0.37 in.)
Weight approximately 25 g
System Requirements Android 4.4.4+ or iOS 7.0+
Processor Cortex M4 STM32F411 processor
Battery 70 mAh non-removable battery
Battery life 4 days normal use or 14 days in standby mode
Other Features IP68 compliance for dust and water resistance
One pinhole design for powering on and off or to restart
Network Type Bluetooth 4.1
Sensors Accelerometer
Cap sensor
Band Colors Black