Honor Smart Band 6 comes with a big full-screen display

The Honor Band 6 is nothing like other smart bands and follows a design that reminds one of the Honor Watch ES.

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Honor has launched a replacement smart wearable, the Honor Smart Band 6. Interestingly, it’s being dubbed because of the world’s first fitness tracker to return with a full-screen display. The Honor Smart Band 6 has been launched in two variants, one with NFC and one without it.

Honor Smart Band 6 launched with a full-screen display

The wearable is nothing like its predecessors and follows a design that reminds one of the Honor Watch ES. Talking about the specification of the device, the Honor Band 6 comes with a 1.47-inch AMOLED display that supports up to a resolution of 194×368 pixels. It’s also covered by 2.5D glass.

There’s no capacitative button on the device because it relies on gestures for navigation through the UI. However, there’s one red-accented physical button on the proper to awaken the screen. Honor has launched the wearable in three color options — Meteorite Black, Seagull Grey, and Coral Powder. But this is often just for the strap, with the most body only available in black. As for the opposite hardware, the band includes Bluetooth 5.0, accelerometer, gyroscope, optical pulse sensor, and a 180mAh battery. it’s water-resistant up to 5ATM and charges via a magnetic charger.

Honor has launched a new smart wearable in China

As for the features, the Honor Band 6 comes with support for up to 10 sports modes, blood oxygen level monitoring, HUAWEI TruSeen 4.0, and also 24-hour heart-rate monitoring. There’s also HUAWEI TruSleep sleep monitoring also as cycle monitoring. The band promises up to 14-day battery life. The NFC version also supports contactless payments and voice assistant. The Honor Band 6 comes with a model number ARG-B19, and in terms of the body measures at 43 × 25.4 × 11.45mm in dimensions. it’s also quite lightweight at about 18g without the strap.

The Honor Band 6 is currently available in China and is being sold in two variants with the primary one selling for 249 Yuan while the opposite one sells for 289 Yuan. The corporate, for now, has not revealed any plans of launching the Honor Band 6 globally, but it’s expected the band will find how to other markets including India within the coming weeks and months. For now, interested buyers in China can get the Band 6 on pre-order starting today, with the Band 6 happening sale from Veterans’ Day in China.

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