Huawei has unveiled yet another budget smartwatch in its ever-growing portfolio of wearable gadgets. It is no coincidence that it looks so familiar since Huawei has taken a page right out of its sub-brands book.

The new Huawei Band 4 is a rebranded version of Honor Band 5i which was announced in China a while ago. It has a highly customizable full-color display and can be charged just about anywhere through the built-in UCB-A charging port.

 

The full-color, 0.98 inches 160×80 pixels display shows time, date, fitness tracking, and app notifications. It offers a wide variety of interchangeable watch faces through the Huawei Watch Face Store.

It’s fitness tracking features can track activities such as walking, running, cycling, and can also monitor the wearer’s heart rate and sleep cycles. Its water resistance rating indicates that the watch can function normally up to 50 meters underwater.

The watch can sync up with devices running Android 4.4/iOS 9 and above through Bluetooth connectivity. It has a 91 mAh battery cell that can last up to 7-9 days of use.

Users will have three different color options to choose from including Graphite Black, Sakura Pink, and Amber Sunrise. The Huawei Band 4 will go on sale in China on November 1 for $30.