A few months ago, Honor, which was a part of Huawei at the time, had launched its next-generation fitness tracker — Honor Band 6. Today, the same device has been announced for the global markets at CES 2021.
The highlight of this wearable device is that it comes with a bigger display compared to other devices from its competitors. The Honor Band 6 flaunts a 1.47-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 194 x 368 pixels and 2.5D glass.
There’s no capacitive key on the device given that the tacker is using gesture navigation. However, there’s a red-colored physical button on the right side of the device to wake the device up and on the left side, there’s an Honor
As for the features, it comes with support for 10 sports modes, blood oxygen level monitoring, Huawei TruSeen 4.0 24-hour heart-rate monitoring, Huawei TruSleep sleep monitoring, and menstrual cycle monitoring, among others.
It also comes with Bluetooth 5.0, an accelerometer, gyroscope, optical heart rate sensor. The device, which is rated 5ATM for water resistance, is powered by a 180mAh battery that is promised to offer 14 days of battery life on a single charge.
The company has confirmed that the Honor Band 6 will soon launch in select markets for a price of around $35. In China, the device is priced at 249 yuan, which is roughly the same as the global pricing. So far, the company has not revealed the name of countries where this new fitness tracker will be available for purchase.
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