Earlier in March, a report stated that HUAWEI Band 6 will be launched in April by skipping the number ‘5’. Now, ahead of its official announcement, the design and the primary specs of this fitness tracker have leaked via promotional material on Weibo.
A well-known Chinese leakster who goes by the name of @看山的叔叔 on Weibo shared the promotional material of the unreleased HUAWEI Band 6. According to that, the upcoming fitness tracker from Huawei will be nothing but a rebranded HONOR Band 6.
The images shared by the leaker reveals that the HUAWEI Band 6 will sport a 1.47-inch AMOLED display with narrow bezels and lift-to-wake function support. The screen is said to be 1.5 times larger than the one found on the older HUAWEI Band 4
The fitness tracker will feature an 18g lightweight body and a silicone strap that is comfortable to wear in every weather. Further, the company claims up to two weeks (14 days) battery life on a full charge and up to 2 days battery life on a 5-minute charge. The tracker will charge via a magnetic charger and will be available in four colors (Black, Orange, Green, Pink).
Talking about features, the HUAWEIcamera shutter control and call & message alerts to name a few.
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Last but not least, apart from blood oxygen level monitoring, the forthcoming Huawei fitness tracker will also support HUAWEI TruSeen™ 4.0 24-hour heart-rate monitoring, HUAWEI TruSleep™ 2.0 sleep monitoring, and HUAWEI TruRelax™ 2.0 stress monitoring.
That said, as of now, it is not known how much this product will cost and when it will be officially announced in China. Lastly, just like the HONOR Band 6, we can also expect the HUAWEI Band 6 to debut in global markets.
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