Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max

Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max Smartwatch Review – Best Smartwatch in 2022?


We recently reviewed Noise Colorfit Pro 4 on our website. Now we have another watch in the series: the Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max. Starting with the unboxing experience on the front of the box, we have the image of the smartwatch and the model name Colorfit Pro 4 max, a fitness smartwatch.

And here we see that it comes with a built-in Alexa. On the back of the box, we see that this is the jet black variant, available in several different colours. Now let’s open the box and show you the contents. So at the top, the envelope with the documents, you get the ticket, here are the warranty details.

Then, we get the user guide with detailed information about the features of this smartwatch. After that, we get sound stickers. Then we have the Smartwatch. And my guys, my first impression is that the watch feels well built and this box design looks good. Let’s take a look at the smartwatch in a moment.

Let’s see what else is in the box. So let’s get the charging cable, here’s how it connects to the back of the watch. So that’s all we have in the box. Now let’s take a closer look at the smartwatch.

Design & Features

Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max is, as the name suggests, a bigger version of Colorfit Pro 4. When it comes to design and build quality, this watch has a lot of differences. So design-wise, we get this boxy design, you get the aluminum alloy of this watch.

In terms of build quality I find this watch to be well built, the straps are also soft. And you get these Apple Watch bands. As for the overview, here is the 1.8-inch display of this watch, and you can see that you get the curved glass with very minimal bezels.

On the side, we have the crown function button and the mic. On the back of the watch, we have sensors and top charging points. So overall, in terms of design and build quality, the Noise Colorfit Pro 4 max looks good and is built quality. It doesn’t look like a budget smartwatch.

Now let’s turn it on and pair it with our phone. So here it is in action. To pair the watch, we need the companion app Noise Assist. To pair, scan the QR code and that’s it. Your watch is now paired with your phone. About the app, it is Noise Assist available for Android and iOS. Now I will show you the features of the watch. So the first thing I want to say here is that you will not get the 60hz display that you get on the Colorfit Pro 4. Also, this crown button is not functional. Now in terms of features.


  • 1.8 TFT” Touchscreen
  • 24*7 Real time Heart Rate
  • 60 Sports Modes
  • Bluetooth Calling
  • Premium Aluminum Alloy Body
  • Automatic Blood Oxygen Monitor
  • Social Media Quick Reply
  • Noise Detection
  • AI Running Competitor
  • Stress Monitor
  • Up to 7 Days Battery
  • IP68 Waterproof
Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max

Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max Options

So here we are at the watch face, and you long press to switch between the different watch faces. You can add more from the companion app. Swiping from top to bottom shows you notification history, and swiping from bottom to top shows you quick settings here. Find us brightness, dnd, phone, flashlight and battery status.

You can access quick apps by swiping right or left on the watch face, and guys, as you can see, we have some stuttering on this watch and the animation is not very smooth. To access the main menu, you have to press the crown button once, and there is some hesitation here, but not much.

About the menu, first, we have Noise health, and here is the activity that shows your current fitness data. Then we have heart rate and guys, the heart rate detection on the watch is fast and the data is very accurate.

Then we have spo2 monitoring, and on this watch you get automatic spo2 monitoring. After that, we observe the tension. And here you can see how stressed you are. Then, in the menu, we have a sound detector, and here it can detect the sound level.

After that, in the menu, we have a sleep, which shows the details of your last night’s sleep. Now coming back to the main menu, we have the call activity noise buzz and here is the app where you can create a new phone, contacts you can sync through the dial pad and then we have the call history.

Then we have Alexa, and guys, as I said before, this smartwatch gets Amazon Alexa. You need to log in with your Amazon account in the initial setup. Although it takes some time to respond to your query, it works well in terms of functionality. But the best part is getting voice feedback like the weather.

Next in the menu, we have workouts, and here you can see your workout history and have 60+ sports modes neatly categorized. After that, we have breathing exercises that you can do to calm down. After that, in the menu, we have the clock; here, you will get some preset timers like alarm, stopwatch, and timer and then we have the world clock.

And then we have the weather here, and we have the current temperature, and you have this new weather app on this watch. In addition, you can see weather conditions with weather forecasts. Then in the menu, we have music, and this can control the music on your phone. And then, finally, we have settings. In Settings, there are activity goal settings where you can set goals for your daily fitness activities.

After that, we have screen timeout settings, DND, watch faces, and ringtones. And from here, you can select call and messenger tones. After that, we have the menu view, and from here, you can choose list or grid view. Then we have the usual Reset, Restart and power off options.

So overall, in terms of features and options. Feature-wise this smartwatch looks good, but I am disappointed with the stuttering and lag of this watch. And I hope the sound can fix this with an OTA update. Now let me quickly show you the companion app features.

So here we are on the home page and at the top, you can see your fitness data, and then we have a sleep, heart rate, spo2, stress and ambient noise level data. You can tap on any of these cards to view historical data. Then we have exercises that you can start a workout session with. Then in the app, we have the device page, and here you have the connected device at the top, then we have the watch face marketplace, and here you can see the available cloud-based watch faces.

Some of these watch faces look good on the watch. After that, we have notification settings, and here you can choose which apps you want to notify on your watch. Also, talk here about how you can get a call alert. And guys, on this watch, you can accept or reject the call, but you don’t get the quick answer feature. Performance-wise it is decent, and you can easily make calls with this watch, and you get speaker sound.

When it comes to app notifications, first, you get this notification page with categories which is a very nice addition to this version. Also, about the notification, here is how you get the social media notification, but for some reason, we couldn’t get the quick reply feature on this smartwatch. And there was a slight issue with the smartwatch freezing on the notification page during our testing. But after reboot, it worked fine.

So there are bound to be lags and software issues here and there. Now we return to the settings, and then we have a warning. Here you can set the alarm and see the alarms used by Alexa. After that, we have call settings, and from here, you can sync contacts with your watch.

Then we have Health Tracking features. And from here, you can set the automatic heart rate feature and stress monitoring and then we have the SPO2 monitoring, and as mentioned earlier, you get the automatic spo2 monitoring on this watch.

After that, we have the Drink Water reminder, sleep monitoring, and ambient sound detection, and then we have the Period tracking for females. And after that, in the settings, we have the Alexa settings, and from here, you can log in with your Amazon account to enable Alexa on your watch. There are a few more settings in the watch, and here you can turn on the auto sport detection, raise to wake and raise to wake work pretty well in this watch, and the response time is much less.

Health & Fitness

Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max have like plenty of health-related features. You’ve got your 24×7 hr monitoring. Is there blood oxygen spo2 available, stress level monitoring breathing exercises, built-in sleep monitoring is also available, and all of these functions and sensors were working well and giving accurate results almost 95 per cent of the time no issues over here.

Noise Colorfit Pro 4 Max Battery Life

The battery life of these smartwatches was good. So if you are a moderate user of these smartwatches with 60 brightness and you know a little physical activity, and you know that you rarely use Bluetooth calls, you can easily expect six to seven days of battery life.

But if you are a heavy user who uses this Bluetooth calling feature a lot, or maybe you pair your smartwatch with your phone and get regular updates on your smartwatch, then you can only expect that kind of thing. . Three and a half days of battery life as you know three or maybe.

So overall, the Noise colourfit Pro 4 Max is a good smartwatch. You get a large 1.8-inch display on this watch. Touch response is good, but you’ll notice stuttering and lags here and there. This watch is good, and you get all the features you need. And in addition, you get Alexa, auto voice recognition and auto spo2 monitoring. The fitness data of this watch is very accurate, and this smartwatch feels comfortable in hand.

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