Huawei unveiled the Huawei Band 6, a new version of its legendary activity bracelet, officially confirming the bracelet’s characteristics for the version that is available. hopefully, it will be sold in Europe at any time, we looked at some of the features of the Huawei Band 6 that set it apart from the competition and are presented as a novelty when compared to previous versions of the bracelet.
Huawei Band 6 Specifications
|Huawei Band 6|
|Dimensions and Weight||43 x 25.4 x 10.99 mm|
Resolution 194 x 368 pixels
Front / screen ratio: 64%
Optical heart rate sensor
|Battery||Up to 2 weeks|
|Compatibility||Android 6.0 / iOS 9 or higher|
Huawei TruSeen 4.0
A Full Color Amoled Screen
Huawei has not skimped on the screen of the new Huawei Band 6. With a 1.47-inch AMOLED panel, the screen offers a resolution of 194 x 368 pixels in full color that also supports the use of touch gestures, as well as Huawei Watch series watches.
Compared to previous versions of the bracelet, the Huawei Band 6 has increased the display area by 148% . We are talking about the screen having a 64% occupancy ratio compared to the front, according to company data.
24/7 Blood Oxygen Monitoring
The hand of blood oxygen monitoring is one of the most noticeable features of the new Huawei Band 6. Because of the size of smartwatches, this feature has previously been limited to them. The Asian company has included a SpO2 sensor to measure oxygen saturation in the blood, with personalized warnings if the level falls below the minimum. We can avoid fatigue, memory loss, and even brain and heart damage caused by low oxygen saturation in the blood, among other things, this way.
And A Few Other Sensors
Along with the SpO2 sensor, the company has included a series of sensors that allow us to obtain heart rate monitoring in real time to measure exercise performance. We can also measure the quality of sleep in combination with the Huawei Health app thanks to the TruSleep 2.0 system, which is capable of recognizing the four phases of sleep along with more than 200 personalized suggestions to improve the quality of rest.
Likewise, the bracelet has a menstrual cycle control for all those people with a vagina who want to obtain a more exhaustive control of menstruation, with a personalized notification system that warns of the days of periods.
Up To Two Weeks Of Real Autonomy
That’s how it is. Huawei has wanted to transfer one of the greatest advantages of its smart watches to the sixth iteration of the brand’s bracelets. With a 180 mAh battery, the firm promises an autonomy of up to 14 days depending on how we use the bracelet . Predictably, the autonomy will be affected by the activation of certain functions of the bracelet, such as the heart rate monitor or the blood oxygen meter.
When it comes to charging, the company has opted for a magnetic charging system that allows a full charge to be obtained in a few minutes (Huawei has not specified the total charging time).
Personal Assistance: Smart Function At Your Finger Print
The company has not neglected the smart functions of its particular activity bracelet either. And it is that in addition to acting as a health tracker, the bracelet allows us to interact with the functions of the phone, in such a way that we can view incoming calls and messages , as well as obtain details of Android notifications (the function is not compatible with iOS devices) and real-time weather updates.
We can also control the music remotely, shoot photos in the phone’s camera application and locate the mobile through the Bluetooth connection.
Price and Availability of the Huawei Band 6
The Huawei Band 6 is already available in the Huawei Malaysia online store. It appears that it will be available in black, green, and orange, with a case in black and gold. It costs about $53 at the current exchange rate, and it is unknown whether it will be available in other markets.