Huawei Band 6 launched: Check price, key specs, features
Huawei says the new Band 6 offers 14 days of back up for typical usage and up to 10 for heavy usage.
Huawei on late Saturday launched a new fitness band. Called Huawei Band 6, the wearable is currently available in Malaysia. The device is priced at RM 219 ( ₹3,800 approximately). It comes in Graphite Black, Amber Sunrise, and Forest Green colour options. Huawei has not yet disclosed when the device will launch in other markets.
Huawei Band 6 comes with a 1.47-inch AMOLED touch display with 194 x 368 pixels resolution. It has a low-bezel 64% screen-to-body ratio and 282 ppi. Huawei says the new band offers 1.48 times larger screen real estate than the predecessor. The device has a Watch Face Store that allows you to choose different watch faces on the wearable.
The device measures 43x25.4x10.99mm and weighs around 18 grams (without the strap). It features a single side button. It also comes with 5TAM water resistance.
The wearable is compatible with Android 6.0 or later and iOS 9.0 or later. It pairs with the phone using Bluetooth (supports 2.4 GHz, BT 5.0, BLE). It comes with a 6-axis IMU sensor (Accelerometer sensor, Gyroscope sensor) and optical heart rate sensor. For charging, it has a Magnetic charging thimble.
As far as battery life goes, Huawei says the Band 6 offers 14 days of back up for typical usage and up to 10 for heavy usage. The company adds the device gives up to two days of battery use from just 5 minutes of charging.
In terms of features, Huawei Band 6 comes with all-day SpO2 monitoring and TruScreen 4.0 heart-rate monitoring. There is also TruSleep 2.0 sleep tracking. A TruRelax helps monitor stress. The device also comes with a menstrual cycle tracking feature.
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“When you’re putting all your effort into working out, let HUAWEI Band 6 take care of the rest. Choose from up to 96 different exercise modes, and keep a track of your heart rate, calories, and more. All your data can be stored and analysed in easy-to-read graphs, so you can chart your fitness journey and set goals that inspire you,” the company says on its website.