- Honor introduced the Band 6 fitness tracker, which has a huge 1.47-inch display comparable to smart watches.
- You can also look forward to pillars such as heart rate sensors, blood oxygen monitoring, sleep tracking, and regular tools.
- Its price is about 35 dollars.
How do you stand out in the crowded field of fitness equipment? By providing a screen that makes your smartwatch look small. The newly independent Honor has launched the Band 6 fitness tracker with a 1.47-inch AMOLED screen at its core-in context, even the company’s own Watch GS Pro has a smaller display. During running, you don’t need to squint at statistics.
You will also see the many activities and health features that Honor hopes to bring to the fitness tracker. Band 6 contains a heart rate sensor and a blood oxygen monitor. You can also track sleep, stress levels and menstrual cycles. The device supports 10 exercise types, if you forget to start a certain exercise, it will automatically detect 6 of them.
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Like many fitness trackers, Honor Band 6 has a lifespan of up to 14 days, a “typical” usage time (10 days for increased usage) and a swim-friendly 5ATM waterproof function.
Honor did not discuss the availability of surpassing the promise that Band 6 will be launched soon, but said it expects the device to be priced at approximately $35 in the countries where the device will be shipped. In other words, Honor’s wearable devices should be highly price-competitive with fitness trackers from Xiaomi and other major competitors.